Network and distributed systems management /
edited by Morris Sloman.
Wokingham, England ; Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1994.
xix, 666 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Wokingham, England ; Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1994.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Management: What and Whyp. 3
Network Technologiesp. 17
Distributed Systemsp. 47
OSI Management Model and Standardsp. 69
OSI Structure of Management Informationp. 95
Guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objectsp. 131
Simple Network Management Protocolp. 165
Comparison of SNMP and CMIP Management Architecturesp. 197
The Telecommunications Management Network (TMN)p. 217
Name Management and Directory Servicesp. 247
Quality of Service Management in Distributed Systemsp. 273
Monitoring Distributed Systemsp. 303
Network Planningp. 349
User Administration and Accountingp. 381
Security for Management and Management of Securityp. 403
Domains: A Framework for Structuring Management Policyp. 433
Specification of Management Policies and Discretionary Access Controlp. 455
Configuration of Distributed Systemsp. 483
Application of Commercial Databases to Managementp. 499
Graphical Management Interfacesp. 517
Artificial Intelligence in Support of Distributed Network Managementp. 539
Digital Equipment Corporation's Enterprise Management Architecturep. 581
DME Framework and Designp. 605
Managing Changep. 629
Future Directionsp. 647
Indexp. 657
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