Manager

GENView Manager provides fault, performance and configuration management as well as a central security service for authentication and authorization. Built on GENWare, GENBAND’s leading-edge middleware, GENView Manager provides one standard means to manage all regular maintenance activities such as fault handling, patches, upgrades, and backup/restore across network elements.  Its unified set of graphical user interfaces have a familiar look and feel and require less training and less time to use, resulting in lower operational costs.

GENView Manager provides enhanced network security by utilizing secure protocols for information exchange and a central security architecture for user and permission management.  Hardware flexibility allows it to reside on a blade in the GENBAND GENiUS platform or in the standalone Rack Mount Server.  GENView Manager can be deployed in a tiered architecture, providing aggregation of GENBAND network elements for scale purposes to meet larger network requirements.

Benefits:

  • Unified Management -- one standard, simple, unified connection to the operator’s Fault/Performance OSS for GENBAND network elements, and aggregation of many network elements and network element types

  • Reduced OpEx-- simplifies management architectures, reducing maintenance costs; uses familiar web GUIs that reduce the cost of training staff and facilitate a faster resolution of network issues

  • Improved Quality of Experience -- accelerates resolution of network problems, increasing perceived quality, reducing churn, and enhancing reliability

  • Hardware Flexibility -- deployable in an ATCA blade on GENiUS or in a standalone Rack Mount Server

  • Hierarchical Architecture –- supports a tiered architecture for element correlation and aggregation in larger networks

  • Flexible Deployment Options -- can be deployed in the NOC or C.O. as an aggregated solution management system or for direct network element management

  • Standards-based and Secure -- uses standard interfaces to the OSS as well as secure protocols and single sign-on