By Matthias Jarke, Matthias Nicola (auth.), Willem Jonker (eds.)
Developments in community and switching applied sciences have made telecommu- cations structures and companies way more information in depth. this is often saw in lots of telecommunications components, equivalent to community administration, carrier mana- ment, and repair provisioning. for instance, within the zone of community administration the complexity of contemporary networks results in quite a lot of information on community topology, con?guration, apparatus settings, and so on. furthermore, switches generate quite a lot of facts on community tra?c, faults, and so on. within the quarter of carrier ma- gement it's the registration of shoppers, buyer contacts, carrier utilization (e.g. name element documents (CDRs)) that ends up in huge databases. For cellular companies there's the extra monitoring and tracing of cellular gear. within the quarter of carrier provisioning there are the improved providers like for instance UMTS, the following new release of cellular networks, but in addition the deployment of knowledge extensive providers on broadband networks comparable to video-on-demand, top of the range video conferencing, and e-commerce infrastructures. This leads to very huge databases turning out to be at excessive premiums specially in new carrier parts. the mixing of community keep watch over, community administration, and community management additionally results in a scenario the place database know-how will get into the middle of the community (e.g. in architectures like TMN, IN, and TINA).
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Our starting point was the OMG Query Service (OQS)  which provides predicate-based operations on collections of objects. Queries are expressed with a DBMS query language which can be either OQL from ODMG or SQL from ISO. In a pure OMG approach these query languages should act directly on transient or persistent Corba objects which may not always rely on DBMS to interpret the queries (”vanilla OMG objects with no extra capability”). A Query Evaluator provides a generic evaluate operation which interprets the query.
ISO/IEC/SC21/7689 RDA : ”Remote Database Access”, 1993 14. ISO/IEC/9594 and CCITT/X501 : ”The Directory model ”, 1990 15. T. Delot, B. Finance, Y. Lepetit, A. Ridaoui ”TINA Service Platform Management Facilities” Networks and Services Management conference GRES99, Montreal, June 1999 PANACEA: A System That Uses Database Technology to Manage Networks S. com Abstract. Automated tools are crucial for managing the emerging large-scale complex and heterogeneous networks to ensure that networks remain healthy and available.
But is it the main problem if we use distributed object technology everywhere? Due to telecom deregulation, new telecom services must be designed and deployed very quickly, once deployed they must be modified on line to better match the customer needs. As a consequence, telecom management must become more dynamic: objects must be dynamically modified, new objects must be introduced with little impacts on the management facilities. In this context, the data management contribution has been very little studied.
Databases in Telecommunications: International Workshop, Co-located with VLDB-99, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, September 6th, 1999. Proceedings by Matthias Jarke, Matthias Nicola (auth.), Willem Jonker (eds.)