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1.1 General This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 specifies the General summarization capabilities profile, AOM2531, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection ( OSI) environment. AOM2531 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide General summarization capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Summarization managed object classes, retrieve and modify any attribute of Summarization objects, perform any action associated with instances of Summarization managed object classes, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Summarization managed object classes. AOM2531 covers a full set of facilities that can be provided by a management platform such that complete freedom exists to dynamically monitor any appropriate resource. The specific profiles (AOM2532 - AOM2539) cover facilities associated with a single type of monitoring and calculation for any appropriate resource; these support the need to implement only those specific features required by the managed resource.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Simple scanner object profile, AOM2532, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2532 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Simple scanner object capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Simple scanner managed object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Simple scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Simple scanner managed object cl asses, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Simple scanner managed object class. AOM2532 can provide aggregated report of a set of sampled attribute values of the same type across a number of resources. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Dynamic simple scanner object profile, AOM2533, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environmen t. AOM2533 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Dynamic simple scanner object capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Dynamic simple scanner managed object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Dynamic simple scanner objects, and perform an action associated with instances of Dynamic simple scanner managed object classes. AOM2533 can provide aggregated report of a set of sampled attribute values of the same type across a number of resources on request only. The request specifies the resources to be monitored.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Heterogeneous scanner object profile, AOM2534, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2534 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Heterogeneous scanner object capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Heterogeneous scanner object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Heterogeneous scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Heterogeneous scanner managed object classes, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Heterogeneous scanner object class. AOM2534 can provide aggregated report of a set of sampled attribute values of the different types across a number of resources. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Buffered scanner object profile, AOM2535, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2535 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Buffered scanner object capabilities. These c apabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Buffered scanner object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Buffered scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Buffered scanner managed object classes, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Buffered scanner object class. AOM2535 can provide aggregated report similar to the Heterogeneous scanner but retains the sets of monitored values over a period of time and reports them together. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Mean scanner object profile, AOM2536, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2536 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Mean scanner object capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Mean scanner object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Mean scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Mean scanner managed object classes, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Mean scanner object class. AOM2 536 can provide a report of the mean value of a set of sampled attribute values of the same type across a number of resources. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Mean variance scanner object profile, AOM2537, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2537 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Mean variance scanner object capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Mean variance scanner object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Mean variance scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Mean variance scanner managed object classes, and report (both receive and se nd in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Mean variance scanner object class. AOM2537 can provide a report of the mean and variance values of a set of sampled attribute values of the same type across a number of resources. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Percentile scanner object profile, AOM2538, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2538 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Percentile scanner object c apabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Percentile scanner object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Percentile scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Percentile scanner managed object classes, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Percentile scanner object class. AOM2538 can provide a report of the percentile, minimum, median, maximum and mean values of a set of sampled attribute values of the same type across a number of resources. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 also specifies the Min Max scanner object profile, AOM2539, which is applicable to end systems operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. AOM2539 specifies a combination of OSI standards which collectively provide Min Max scanner object capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to create and delete instances of Min Max scanner object class, retrieve and modify any attribute of Min Max scanner objects, perform an action associated with instances of Min Max scanner managed object class es, and report (both receive and send in the respective roles) any event associated with instances of the Min Max scanner object class. AOM2539 can provide a report of the minimum, maximum and mean values of a set of sampled attribute values of the same type across a number of resources. The summary report can be generated according to a schedule, on request or both.

AOM2531, AOM2532, AOM2533, AOM2534, AOM2535, AOM2536, AOM2537, AO M2538, and AOM2539, also specifies use of a combination of standards that collectively provide the subset of the Common Management Information Service required by the profiles defined in this part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060.

The support of the complete set of operation and notification services for scanner objects does not imply that all these features shall be used in all instances of communications. The selection of the features on an instance of communication depends on the requirements of the MIS-users.

The definition and conventions used in this part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 are specified in part 0 of ISO/IEC ISP 12059-0, Common definitions for management functions profiles.

1.2

Introduction AOM2531, AOM2532, AOM2533, AOM2534, AOM2535, AOM2536, AOM2537, AOM2538, and AOM2539 are applicable to end systems operating in an OSI environment in either the Manager role or in the Agent role. A system acting in the role of Manager is capable of requesting the specified set of operations upon scanner managed objects which are in the system acting the role of the agent.

AOM2531, AOM2532, AOM2533, AOM2534, AOM2535, AOM2536, AOM2537, AOM2538, and AOM2539 provide facilities for monitoring and aggregating management information of resources in a system where tho se resources are represented by managed objects. They permit the creation of separate summarization managed objects each of which can observe and perform calculations on the values of attributes of managed objects representing resources. Facilities are provided for generation of summary reports at scheduled times.

Figure 1 illustrates only one of those configurations, one in which one system is acting in a manager role and a further system is acting in an agent role.

The roles of Manager and Agent may be determined in advance, for the duration of an association or the duration of a single management interaction. The application context is defined in the Systems Management Overview (ISO/IEC 10040). Note: Negotiation of functional units is optional.

AOM2531, AOM2532, AOM2533, AOM2534, AOM2535, AOM2536, AOM2537, AOM2538, and AOM2539 require support for the protocol elements needed to provide the PT-GET, PT-SET, PT-CREATE, PT-DELETE, object creation reporting, object deletion reporting, attribute valu e change reporting and state change reporting services; this requires support of the protocol from the standards shown below.

AOM2531, AOM2532, AOM2533, AOM2534, AOM2535, AOM2536, AOM2537, AOM2538, and AOM2539 reference the following standards:

ISO/IEC 10164-1

,,Object management function ISO/IEC 10164-2,,,,State management function ISO/IEC 10164-11,,Metric object and attributes ISO/IEC 10164-13,,Summarization function ISO/IEC 10165-2,,,,Definition of management information ISO/IEC 9595,,,,CMIS ISO/IEC 9596-1,,,,CMIP ISO/IEC 9072-1,2,,ROSE ISO 8649, 8650,,,,ACSE ISO/IEC ISP 11183-2,,CMISE/ROSE for AOM12-Enhanced Management Communication ISO/IEC ISP 11183-1,,Specification of ACSE, Presentation and Session

ISO 8822, 8823 ,,,,Presentation ISO/IEC 8824, 8825,,ASN.1 ISO/IEC ISP 11183-1,,Specification of ACSE, Presentation and Session

ISO 8326, 8327,,,,Session ISO 8326/Add.2 ISO 8327/Add.2 ISO/IEC ISP 11183-1,,Specification of ACSE, Presentation and Session

AOM2531, AOM2532, AOM2533, AOM2534, AOM2535, AOM2536, AOM2537, AOM2538, and AOM2539 also specify the use of the subset of the Enhanced Management Communications profile (AOM12) that is required to support the above services.

An end system implementing this profile can interwork with an end system implementing the same profile in a complementary role. A system implementing AOM12 is compatible with the communication aspects of AOM253n profiles.

1.3

Position within the Taxonomy This part of ISO/IEC ISP 12060 is identified in ISO/IEC TR 10000-2 as:

AOMnn,,,,OSI Management AOM2,,,,Management functions AOM25,,,,Performance AOM253,,,,Summarization Objects

AOM2531,,General Summarization Capability AOM2532,,Simple Scanner Object AOM2533,,Dynamic Simple Scanner Object AOM2534,,Heterogeneous Scanner Object AOM2535,,Buffered Scanner Object AOM2536 ,,Mean Scanner Object AOM2537,,Mean Variance Scanner Object AOM2538,,Percentile Scanner Object AOM2539,,Min Max Scanner Object