*Architecting, designing, implementing, and managing NNM solutions involving networks, desktop computers, and UNIX servers *All examples have been used in actual implementations *Covers capacity planning, firewall maintenance, cross-platform and best-practice issues The only complete, practical guide to HP Network Node Manager! HPs OpenView Network Node Manager (NNM) is the industrys most powerful platform for enterprise-wide IP network management based on SNMP standards. Now, one of HPs leading NNM consultants has written the definitive, best-practices guide to implementing and managing OpenView NNM. OpenView Network Node Manager covers planning, architecture, deployment, configuration, administration, staffing, performance, firewalls, troubleshooting, and more. It also includes eight diverse case studies, straight from the authors extensive NNM experience in virtually every network environment: global manufacturers, computer firms, consultancies, engineering and scientific companies, colleges, and many more. Coverage includes: *Enterprise-class NNM deployment planning: requirements, operations agreements, hardware sizing and selection, piloting, and beyond *Staffing, training, ma
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This book is about planning, implementing, and maintaining Hewlett-Packard OpenView Network Node Manager (NNM) for the corporate network.
The book isn't a rehash of the excellent NNM manuals or training workbooks. It is recommended that the reader attend an NNM training class before using this book and deploying NNM.
Most importantly, this text is not a marketing document. The author has been with NNM since the 1.0 days when the product wasn't based on the developer's kit, and the main application was called xnm. The material between the covers is based on the fairly unique perspective of an HP consultant.
This book focuses on the UNIX version of NNM and attempts to remain version-agnostic. Where certain features are version-specific, this is noted.
Finally, the book is written for people with some experience in network operation, management, planning, and configuration.
A comprehensive glossary of network and system terminology is provided for reference.About the Author:
JOHN BLOMMERS is a Network Consultant with Hewlett-Packard's Professional Services Organization in Bellevue, WA. He has worked with OpenView NNM since Version 1.0, when it was called xnm. He recently spent two years helping to implement NNM across Boeing's 70-site network, encompassing over 10,000 devices. Blommers currently teaches LAN/WAN Design and Advanced Network Management at the University of Washington Education Outreach Certificate Program.
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