Network Management Strategy definition

Network Management Strategy means the network management strategy developed by Blue Shield and approved by the Agency as described below in Section 1.3.1 as part of Blue Shield’s obligations for maintenance of the State Vaccine Network.

Examples of Network Management Strategy in a sentence

Blue Shield may update the Network Management Strategy from time to time.

Based on the Network Performance Criteria, Blue Shield will develop a Network Management Strategy for approval by the Agency.

Upon Agency approval, Blue Shield will implement the Network Management Strategy.

UNIT VNetwork Management Design: ISO Network Management Standard - Protocols and Tools – SNMP – MIB – RMON - Cisco NetFlow – Syslog – CiscoWorks - Network Management Strategy- SLCs and SLAs - IP Service-Level Agreements – Content Networking Design – Case Study – Venti Systems.

The list of proposed daughter documents include: • Accessibility Strategy; • Active Travel Strategy; • Growth and Transport Plans; • Highway Infrastructure Asset Management Plan; • Intalink Bus Strategy; • Network Management Strategy; • Rail Strategy; • Rights of Way Improvement Plan; • Road Safety Strategy; • Roads in Hertfordshire: A Design Guide; • Speed Management Strategy; • Sustainable Modes of Travel to School Strategy.