Chai, WK and Ho, KH and Charalambides, M and Pavlou, G (2009) A Policy-Driven Network Management System for the Dynamic Configuration of Military Networks. In: Sadre, R and Pras, A, (eds.) SCALABILITY OF NETWORKS AND SERVICES, PROCEEDINGS. (pp. 108 - 121). SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN
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Military networks constantly evolve to accommodate state-of-the-art technological developments across both military and commercial systems. Operating and maintaining such complex networks is no longer a trivial task. This paper presents a policy-based network management system for military networks which allows non-technical personnel (e.g. the military commander) to guide the network to behave towards specific objectives. Through policies, the system can optimize an IP-based multi-class military network with different or combinations of objectives, as requested by the decision makers. We show how the system can dynamically produce the required network configurations given specific requirements and illustrate its practicality using case studies.
|Title:||A Policy-Driven Network Management System for the Dynamic Configuration of Military Networks|
|Event:||3rd International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security|
|Dates:||2009-06-30 - 2009-07-02|
|Keywords:||Policy-driven management, traffic engineering, military networks, SERVICE MANAGEMENT, QUALITY|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering|
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