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The Management Information Base (MIB) module specifications for IEEE Std 802.3, also known as Etherenet, are contained in this standard. It includes the Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2) MIB module specifications formerly produced and published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and the Guidelines for the Definition of Managed Objects (GDMO) MIB modules formerly specified within IEEE Std 802.3, as well as extensions resulting from amendments to IEEE Std 802.3.
Etherenet local area network operation is specified for selected speeds of operation from 1 Mb/s to 100 Gb/s using a common media access control (MAC) specification and management information base (MIB). The Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) MAC protocol specifies shared medium (half duplex) operation, as well as full duplex operation. Speed specific Media Independent Interfaces (MIIs) allow use of selected Physical Layer devices (PHY) for operation over coaxial, twisted-pair or fiber optic cables.
Friday, December 28, 2012
In most cases, cloud service providers (CSPs) and cloud service customers (CSCs) negotiate service level agreements (SLAs) which include service level objectives (SLOs) and service qualitative objectives (SQOs) for which CSPs make commitments.. The commitments described in SLAs must be measured against actual performance of the service to ensure compliance with the SLA.
This document establishes a set of building blocks (concepts, terms and definitions, including Data Level Objectives and Data Qualitative Objectives) that can be used to create Data Sharing Agreements (DSAs). This document is applicable to DSAs where the data is intended to be processed using one or more cloud services or other distributed platforms.
As the adoption of cloud computing expands and the market grows, cloud service providers (CSPs) offer many different solutions of cloud services that can be classified as infrastructure, platform and application capabilities.
Edge computing is increasingly used in systems that deal with aspects of the physical world. Edge computing involves the placement of processing and data storage near or at the places where those systems interact with the physical world, which is where the "edge" exists. One of the trends in this space is the development of increasingly capable IoT devices (sensors and actuators), generating more data or new types of data, which data benefits from processing close to the place where it is generated.
The purpose of this technical report is to expand on the description of the interactions between cloud service partners (CSNs) and cloud service customers (CSCs), and between CSNs and cloud service providers (CSPs).
Cloud computing is described at a high, conceptual level in the two foundational standards ISO/IEC 17788 Cloud computing – Overview and vocabulary and ISO/IEC 17789 Cloud computing – Reference Architecture.
- Describes a framework for the structured expression of data-related policies and practices in the cloud computing environment, based on the data taxonomy in ISO/IEC 19944:2017;
- provides guidelines on application of the taxonomy for handling of data based on data subcategory and classification;
- covers expression of data-related policies and practices including, but not limited to data geolocation, cross border flow of data, data access and data portability, data use, data management, and data governance;
This document provides a consolidate set of concepts, terms, terminology and definitions extracted from the ISO/IEC cloud computing standards, including, but not limited to, ISO/IEC 17788, ISO/IEC 17789, ISO/IEC 19086, ISO/IEC 19941 and ISO/IEC 19944. In addition, relevant and stable terminology from non-cloud computing ISO sources (e.g., Information technology -- Security techniques) and external organization are also included.
This document also contains terms and definitions that are not necessarily contained in other works.