Autonomic Networking - Definitions and Design Goals
draft-nmrg-autonomic-network-definitions-and-goals-00

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Abstract

Autonomic systems were first described in 2001. The fundamental goal is self-management, including self-configuration, self-optimization, self-healing and self-protection. This document applies the concepts of autonomic systems to a network, and describes the definitions and design goals of Autonomic Networking. The goal is a network where nodes have minimal dependencies on human administrators or centralized management systems.

Authors

Michael Behringer (mbehring@cisco.com)
Max Pritikin (pritikin@cisco.com)
Steinthor Bjarnason (sbjarnas@cisco.com)
Alex Clemm (alex@cisco.com)
Brian Carpenter (brian.e.carpenter@gmail.com)
Sheng Jiang (jiangsheng@huawei.com)
Laurent Ciavaglia (Laurent.Ciavaglia@alcatel-lucent.com)

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