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FAA - HDBK-002

Systems Management HANDBOOK

active, Most Current
Organization: FAA
Publication Date: 27 June 1997
Status: active
Page Count: 34
scope:

This document provides the guidance necessary for implementing an open systems management capability within the FAA to support management of the Agency's automation, communication, navigation, surveillance, weather, and environmental systems. The document provides recommendations for implementing open systems management using the OSI management standards and the Internet Protocol Suite (IPS) management standards. Guidance also is provided to facilitate the use of the management standards in the Aeronuatical Telecommunications Network (ATN) environment.

This handbook is for guidance only; it cannot be cited as a requirement. If it is, the contractor does not have to comply.

Purpose. This document is a guide for selecting a systems management architecture to enable management of FAA systems. It also provides guidance for ensuring interoperability when procuring standards-based COTS systems management products (i.e. management system, agent, proxy agent).

Document History

HDBK-002
June 27, 1997
Systems Management HANDBOOK
This document provides the guidance necessary for implementing an open systems management capability within the FAA to support management of the Agency's automation, communication, navigation,...

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