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New report available! Synthesis of use case requirements, release 1 (Deliverable D4.1)

News date: 
Mon, 2011-07-04

The UniverSelf project is proud to announce the release of its first technical report:

Deliverable D4.1 - Synthesis of use case requirements - release 1.

The report can be accessed under the Dissemination/Technical Reports section, or directly at the following link http://www.univerself-project.eu/technical-reports



This report provides the synthesis of the requirements collected via the use cases defined in the work package 4 (Deployment and Impacts) of the UniverSelf project.

In the UniverSelf project, a use case is a descriptor of a (set of) precise problem(s) to be solved, in a given technological context. The role of the use case is to formally identify, clarify, and organize both requirements and modelling of the system to be designed; the implementation and evaluation of the designed solution will then validate the resolution of the problem(s) addressed by the use case.

Use cases definition started from the three reference scenarios identified during the project proposal preparation, i.e. Scenario 1 - Operators’ Service and Data Management, Scenario 2 - SON for Radio Access and Core Networks, and Scenario 3 - Future Internet Services Management and Network Resource Optimization.

The use cases are:

  1. Self-diagnosis and self-healing for IMS VoIP and VPN services
  2. Network Stability and Performance
  3. Dynamic Virtualization and Migration of Contents and Servers
  4. SON and SON Collaboration according to Operator Policies
  5. Network Morphing
  6. Operator-governed, End-to-end, Autonomic, joint Network and Service Management
  7. Network and Services Governance

Main achievements reported in this deliverable include:

  • The telecommunication industry perspective, based on the views of the project industrial partners, in terms of what are the technical and business problems that the ICT industry is willing to solve thanks to the development and adoption of UMF and Network Empowerment technologies developed in the context of UniverSelf;
  • A detailed list, an analysis and a synthesis of the functional, non-functional and business requirements of the seven use cases;
  • Some considerations on how this process of use case requirements expression and analysis have been (and are being continuously) exploited within the project activities (e.g. with particular reference to the work package 2 and work package 3) and towards relevant standardization bodies, are also given.