September 25 - 27 | Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Thursday, September 27 • 13:50 - 14:20
The Barometer with Telecom Operator, New Perspective for Monitoring - Yuki Kasuya, KDDI & Toshiaki Takahashi, NEC Communication Systems, Ltd.

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Infrastructure monitoring is very important for high availability of services in NFV. The OPNFV Barometer project concentrates on NFV's metric monitoring requirements. The Barometer project provides a data collection container, which supports various metrics with collectd, open source metrics collector. Meanwhile, telecom operators have additional requirements for fault management (FM). FM requires scalability of collecting and analyzing metrics along with predictive error analysis.
For the above requirements, Japanese telecom operators and vendors started the project called DMA (distributed monitoring and analysis) and began collaborating with Barometer.
We come up with the manager for the metric collector, local-agent interworking with barometer collectd, as a result of the collaboration.
In this presentation, we will share the above experiments and use-cases.

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Yuki Kasuya

Research Engineer, KDDI Research
Yuki Kasuya has been engaged in research on the infrastructure management in KDDI Research. He is currently investigating the infrastructure operation for NFV, IoT and CloudNative network, especially, the fault management for those area. He also has over 5 years experiences of actual... Read More →
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Toshiaki Takahashi

Software Engineer, NEC Communication Systems, Ltd.
Toshiaki Takahashi has been working on developing a platform for telecom in NEC. He has been providing a virtualization infrastructure using OpenStack for high-availability services. He has been contributing to the promotion of building a framework for fault management for telecom... Read More →

Thursday September 27, 2018 13:50 - 14:20 CEST