VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance consists of multiple components and their functions.
|Domain Manager Components||Following components are used in VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance:
|Gateway||VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance Gateway is a component that acts as an entry point to ingest metric data from an external system to VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance.|
|Operation UI||The Operation UI is a versatile tool for monitoring and reporting performance data, topology data, and fault notifications for all aspects of your infrastructure. The Operation UI has modules that collect, aggregate, and insert data into one or more databases that the portal uses to display reports.|
|Reporting||The reporting allows you to create, modify, and delete the improvised performance metric dashboards and reports for the supported data models.|
|Alarming||The VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance provides alarms to call your attention to events that can potentially affect performance and system operation. Alarms provide detailed event information such as which component is affected, the type of event, and then recommends a corrective action.|
|Analytics||The Baseline and Anomaly detection analytics solution in VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance provides a performance monitoring and learning approach for the active operations management.|
|Mapper||The mapper is a utility where, an administrator can map an external model to the internal model.|
|Enrich||Enriches and tags data collected by the Data Collector Service with externally provided reference data.|
|Collectors||Manages the lifecycle of Kafka, SNMP, REST and other collectors, which ingest the data intoVMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance through push and pull mechanisms.
|5G Integration||The fifth-generation (5G) wireless network technology is designed to meet the challenging system and services requirements of the existing and emerging applications. The main goals of 5G are to improve capacity, reliability, and energy efficiency, while reducing latency and massively increasing connection density.|