Session Delivery Manager (NNC) Documentation

Oracle Communications Session Delivery Manager product family is a management platform designed to meet the demanding requirements of the largest service providers and enterprise network operations centers (NOCs). It runs on Oracle Linux and features a modular framework for managing Oracle's network session delivery and control infrastructure elements.
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Session Delivery Manager

Session Element Manager

Oracle Communications Session Element Manager is a standard management application within Session Delivery Manager. It is used for configuration, monitoring, and statistical collection, and it supports all session delivery infrastructure products and hardware platforms. Session Element Manager comprises the Configuration Manager, Fault Manager, and Performance Manager features of the session delivery infrastructure.

Session Report Manager

Oracle Communications Session Report Manager improves Internet Protocol (IP) communications network planning and troubleshooting, and it collects data across the session delivery infrastructure. It aggregates and reports statistics for device reporting and operational measurements, providing network intelligence for capacity planning, quality of service reporting, and troubleshooting.

Session Route Manager

Oracle Communications Session Route Manager is a management application used in session routing applications for service provider interconnect and peering services. It consolidates and automates the management and distribution of up to 2 million routes per SBC or session routing proxy (SRP).

Enterprise Trunk Manager Documentation

Oracle Communications Enterprise Trunk Manager significantly reduces the cost and effort associated with provisioning Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking services. Deployed in a NOC of a SIP trunking service provider, Enterprise Trunk Manager simultaneously manages the configuration of the service provider SBC (SP-SBC) and enterprise SBCs (E-SBCs) to simplify and streamline SIP trunking service enablement.