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Inter-domain Management: Specification Translation

Inter-domain Management: Specification Translation
Copyright © 1997 The Open Group


It has been shown that the object model defined by the OMG for object-oriented software development and that defined by OSI Management for network management are fundamentally aligned. There are, however, a number of major, and a number of incidental, differences; some are complementary and some are conflicting. In order for implementors of network management products to be able to use development tools and run-time components meeting OMG specifications, the conflicting differences will have to be reconciled. Methods are proposed to achieve this: the development of run-time mediation software; and the development of software to translate between the notational tools.
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