MEF 86 Presto Service OAM Interface Profile Specification

2019 Sep

Product Portfolio: Carrier Ethernet, LSO Presto | Standard Type: Information and Data Models

Summary:

This Interface Profile Specification specifies Presto Management Interface for SOAM (Service Operations, Administration and Maintenance) in support of performance and fault management of MEF Network Resource Provisioning (NRP) activated resources.


Abstract:

This Interface Profile Specification specifies Presto Management Interface for SOAM (Service Operations, Administration and Maintenance) in support of performance and fault management of MEF Network Resource Provisioning (NRP) activated resources. 

The Presto interface is defined in the MEF 55 Lifecycle Service Operations (LSO) Architec- ture and Framework as the provisioning interface between the Service Orchestration Functionality (SOF) and Infrastructure Control and Management (ICM). 

The Presto SOAM defines the edge and intermediate SOAM component activation, SOAM frame invocation and corresponding collection and reporting of SOAM information. The Presto SOAM is responsible for the activation of MEGs (Maintenance Entity Groups), MEPs and MIPs. 

In addition, these components are associated with ordered pairs with lifecycle activation. These orderedpairsdependingontheusecaseassociatedwithaPMorFMSession. Finally,thecollec- tion and reporting of SOAM results is a responsibility of Presto SOAM. 


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