OSSera unveils performance management framework

OSSera has launched a new performance management framework to help communications services providers (CSPs) analyze up to millions of managed resource and service metrics.
The new framework enables CSPs to process data in real-time to manage and monitor KPI/KQI’s, apply dynamic baselines, generate threshold crossing alarms, and track critical network resources as well as service quality.
The framework leverages flexible data collectors, a distributed multi-threaded architecture, a flexible KPI/KQI formula builder, moving averages, multiple KPI/KQI reporting configurations, dynamic baselines, and the ability to handle data holes as well as late-arriving data to efficiently and proactively monitor performance.
OSSera Performance Manager runs on the OSS Explorer Platform, which provides a unified data model between planning and operations and between resource management and service management.

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