The AlliedView NMS is a comprehensive network management platform designed to offer network providers and enterprise customers powerful tools for management and provisioning of their AlliedTelesis products. With a full suite of provisioning and monitoring tools, the AlliedView NMS maximizes the operational efficiency by providing proactive diagnostics while minimizing service deployment times for a shorter path to revenue.
With extensive management capabilities, the AlliedView NMS allows the user to manage thousands of Allied Telesis network elements from a remote operations center - thus reducing the need for a truck roll to perform diagnostics or provisioning changes. Via a user-friendly interface, the NMS will substantially decrease the time required for deploying and provisioning large networks. Among the key strengths of the NMS are network monitoring and network wide service provisioning.
The AlliedView NMS provides automatic topology and device discovery for most networks, regardless of size. The NMS allows for multiple network and device views where the user can observe the entire network or focus in on an individual network device. In addition, the NMS contains inventory of network VLANs, physical links, interfaces, ports and different device types.
Flexible management tools
With extensive management capabilities, the AlliedView NMS allows the user to manage thousands of Allied Telesis network elements from a remote operations center - thus reducing the need for support to perform diagnostics or making provisioning changes. Via a user-friendly graphical user interface, AlliedView NMS will substantially decrease the time required for deploying and provisioning large networks. Among the key strengths of AlliedView NMS is network monitoring and network wide service provisioning.
Zero touch service provisioning
The AlliedView NMS uses the DSLForum TR-101 recommended provisioning models for the rapid deployment of multiple services via VLANs and QoS policies across multiple devices using a Graphical User Interface (GUI). Provisioning and rollout of services and devices are significantly accelerated via the use of profiles for the most common types of services in the network. By defining a common set of profiles AlliedView NMS enables multiple services to a subscriber to be provisioned via a single screen.
Subscriber self service provisioning via Operational Support System (OSS)
The AlliedView NMS northbound interface has been designed to enable the OSS/BSS system to implement a subscriber Web portal such that subscriber self service provisioning can be achieved. Subscriber self service provisioning will dramatically reduce the operational expenditure of the service provider.