Tag Archives : network management


D5.4 Consolidated Management System ready!

PRISTINE’s deliverable D5.4 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary This document describes the results and major contributions to the Network Management System for RINA networks that the PRISTINE project has been researching and developing. RIB design, NMS System Proof of Concept implementation and validation, configuration management, performance management and security management have […]

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Paper on self-adaptive Network Management for RINA accepted at ManFI 2016

PRISTINE will be presenting initial results on self-adaptive Network Management at ManFI 2016. The paper accepted at the conference explores the advantages of RINA’s commonality and consistent QoS model through layers in order to facilitate the design and implementation of self-adaptive Network Management Systems using ontologies, semantic web rules and machine learning. We will post […]


Use case study on RINA as an overlay solution for distributed clouds available

A new use case study on RINA as an overlay solution for distributed clouds is available at the technical reports section of the website. Abstract Distributed cloud systems offer important advantages over centralized ones. Intrinsic resilience to network and electricity cuts, green nature, scalability and a more jurisdictionally secure environment for trading secrets are some […]

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D5.3 Proof of concept DIF Management System

PRISTINE’s deliverable D5.3 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary This deliverable describes the proof of concept of DIF Management System for the first iteration of PRISTINE DIF Management System (DMS). Specifically, it contains the design of the DMS manager and documents its current implementation. It begins with a general introduction to OSI […]


D5.1 Common elements of the management framework available 2

PRISTINE’s deliverable D5.1 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary Recursive Inter-Network Architecture (RINA) is an emerging clean-slate programmable networking approach, centering on the Inter-Process Communication (IPC) paradigm, which will support high scalability, multi-homing, built-in security, seamless access to real-time information and operation in dynamic environments. The heart of this networking structure is […]

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D2.2 PRISTINE Reference Framework available 3

PRISTINE’s deliverable D2.2 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary D22 reports about the work carried out in T2.2. This task has performed a review of the RINA specifications that are relevant to the technological areas addressed in PRISTINE (congestion control, routing, resource allocation, authentication, access control, encryption, security coordination, configuration management and […]