The NOKIA formerly Alcatel-Lucent Service Aware Manager SAM enables end-to-end network and service management across all domains of the converged, all-IP network — delivering unified operations, whether network services are running in a virtualized environment or on specialized hardware platforms. This product helps service providers quickly maximize operational efficiencies through fast provisioning and troubleshooting, proactive assurance and flexibility that eases integration into the network. The SAM is a proven solution that is widely deployed worldwide in over service provider networks for mobile, enterprise, residential and converged services delivery. The SAM also provides custom service portals and pre-certified OSS partner application integrations , to speed deployment and simplify integration into the network. Give us a call and speak to one of our next generation transport technology experts or browse more links to find out more about the premier products that we sell and integrate.
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The SAM enables you to perform tasks that include the following:. Provision a network with fast and easy configuration and multi-vendor scripting workflows that reduce risk of error and shorten network deployment time.
Prevent service degradation through end-to-end power control, monitoring, tracing. Correlate faults to identify whether the problem resides in the IP or optical layer, and the root cause. This function simplifies troubleshooting and isolates problems before services are affected. A basic SAM system has client, server, and database components that are deployed in a standalone or redundant configuration. The main server sends and receives NE management traffic, and directs optional auxiliary servers to perform tasks such as NE statistics collection.
Main and auxiliary servers store information in the same SAM database. The SAM also provides network management functions using browser-based applications. The use of the SAM applications is intended mainly for network fault monitoring and troubleshooting purposes. There can be up to 50 concurrent application sessions.
You can use the following URLs to access the dashboard, from which you can launch all supported applications. When both the active and standby SAM servers are up, you can connect to either to open the applications. If only one of the servers is up, you must connect to that server. Table describes the applications and lists the URLs from which you can access the individual applications. Provides alarm monitoring, correlation, and troubleshooting for the most unhealthy NEs in the network, allowing you to filter, identify root causes, and determine the impact of alarms.
Provides a view of shelves that are configured on PSS devices, and displays and traces physical links. Provides a dashboard inventory view of virtual network components and virtualized services in the network, allowing you to filter, search, and map data center network elements. Provides a dashboard of the operational health of the service objects in a specified administrative domain.
A CPAM license is required. Figure Standalone SAM system. Table SAM applications. Fault Management. Equipment View. Data Center Inventory. Data Center Service Navigator. Power Management Dashboard. Link Utilization. Service Supervision. Provides alarm and KPI monitoring on user-defined service views and groups. Wireless Supervision.
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