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Network Events in a Large Commercial Network: What can we learn?
conference contributionposted on 2023-06-09, 12:24 authored by Antoine Messager, George ParisisGeorge Parisis, Robert Harper, Philip Tee, Istvan Kiss, Luc BerthouzeLuc Berthouze
ISP and commercial networks are complex and thus difficult to characterise and manage. Network operators rely on a continuous flow of event log messages to identify and handle service outages. However, there is little published information about such events and how they are typically exploited. In this paper, we describe in as much detail as possible the event logs and network topology of a major commercial network. Through analysing the network topology, textual information of events and time of events, we highlight opportunities and challenges brought by such data. In particular, we suggest that the development of methods for inferring functional connectivity could unlock more of the informational value of event log messages and assist network management operators.
A fast method for calculating the proximity matrix in a large-scale dynamic network; G1742; MOOGSOFT INC; Agreement dated 17 December 2014
- Accepted version
JournalNOMS 2018 - IEEE/IFIP AnNet
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Event nameNOMS 2018 - 2018 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium
Event locationTaipei, Taiwan
Event date23-27 April 2018
Department affiliated with
- Informatics Publications
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