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Implementation of AOR Alarm States for Network Elements and Their Service Impact Analysis

  • Sujata N. BogurEmail author
  • K. Viswavardhan Reddy
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies book series (LNDECT, volume 39)

Abstract

A Computer network consists of millions of devices and is connected together for proper communication. In networks, communication paths are very important as they transfer the data from one point to another and should be monitored continuously. An alarm should be generated when a network element and its communication link in a topology is failed. Moreover, alarms should contain the severity of the damage to the communication between the network entities. The severity will help the operator to prioritise the alarms. For efficient and continuous monitoring, the network topology should be analysed with respect to location. Hence whenever alarms are generated, the network topology can be analysed with respect to the severity of alarm and the location of the device. In this paper, we mainly focus on implementation of AOR (Automated Operation Recovery) alarm system with the severity states and location of the devices. Thus we can provide end-to-end service dashboard with tables, maps to identify, monitor and track the quality of service levels.

Keywords

AOR alarms Severity state Kafka Neo 4j database Restlet client 

Notes

Acknowledgement

The Authors thanks RVCE and Nokia solutions and Networks, Bangalore for the facilities and support provided for the above research work. The copyrights of the User Interface portal pictures are reserved to Nokia solutions and Networks.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of TCERVCEBangaluruIndia

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