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Oracle Comms Policy OAM Wireless Deploy Ed 4

This Oracle Comms Policy OAM Wireless Deployment training enables effective operations, administration, and maintenance (OAM) of an installed Oracle Communications Policy Management application....

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$5,000 USD
Course Code D94516GC40
Duration 5 days
Available Formats Classroom

This Oracle Comms Policy OAM Wireless Deployment training enables effective operations, administration, and maintenance (OAM) of an installed Oracle Communications Policy Management application. Expert Oracle University instructors will help you gain hands-on experience reading and interpreting reports, modifying configuration and responding to faults, problems and more.

Learn To:

  • Analyze and troubleshoot the execution of policies.
  • Correct faults or report them to customer services.
  • Detect and correct changes in system performance to avoid problems before they happen.
  • Monitor and analyze your system health and distribute health reports.
  • Operate ancillary devices such as SPR, Policy Front End, and MRA.
  • Plan to integrate policy management into your wireless business.
  • Effectively enter and distribute policies.
  • Change system configuration to keep policy management performing as needs and environment change.

Benefits to You

By taking this course, you'll walk away with the ability to manage system operations and resources using graphical user interface commands. These commands will allow you to configure the system to adapt to changing demands and objectives, to monitor and tune performance, to react to events inside and outside the system, and to recover from faults and failures quickly and effectively. Furthermore, you'll be able to keep policy management performing smoothly as a Policy and Charging Rules Function in a Mobile Wireless network.

Who Can Benefit

  • Administrator
  • End User
  • System Integrator
  • Systems Administrator

Prerequisites

Six months experience.

Course Details

Topics

  • Inetgrate Policy Management into your business
  • Integrate Oracle's Policy Management into your network
  • Integrate to extend management and reliability
  • Integrate data and network communications into your business
  • Configure using the Graphical User interface (GUI)
  • Configure components
  • Configure network communications
  • Policies- Policy planning
  • Policies- Policy reference data
  • Policies- Master Policy Library
  • Policies- Deploying policies
  • System Administration
  • Ancillary Devices- SPR/UDR
  • Ancillary Devices- MRA/Policy Front End
  • Monitor- component reports
  • Monitor - Alarms
  • Monitor system- Component reports
  • Monitor system- Monitor system-wide reports
  • Corrective maintenance- alarms and logs
  • Troubleshoot policies with protocol specific reports
  • Troubleshoot Diameter message processing
  • Fixed-mobile Convergance
  • Define terms - PCRF, PCEF, EPC, PCC
  • Components of teh 3GPP PCC architecture
  • Business Needs and Use Cases
  • Session request processing in a PCC network

Integrate Oracle's Policy Management into your network

  • Oracle components: CMP, MPE, MRA/Policy Front End
  • Functions of a CMP
  • Functions of a MPE
  • Functions of a MRA/Policy Front End
  • How MPE evaluates policies
  • Processing Gx PCEF requests and Rx Application requests
  • How SPR profiles affect policy execution
  • Communication to Diameter, OSS, and devices

Integrate to extend management and reliability

  • Multi-level management with NW-CMPs and S-CMPs
  • Functions of a NW-CMP server (new to relase 12.1)
  • Functions of a S-CMP server (new to release 12.1)
  • Extending reliability with High Reliability (HA)
  • Extend reliability with Geo-redundant systems (new to release 12.1)
  • HA spare servers

Integrate data and network communications into your business

  • 3GPP PCC architecture and interfaces
  • Diameter Gx and Sh message flow
  • How Policy Servers (MPEs) process session requests
  • How Policy Servers (MPEs) process session terminate requests
  • Plan subsystem communications

Configure using the Graphical User interface (GUI)

  • 3GPP and IETF guidelines and standards
  • Oracle Help Center (OHC)
  • Using On-line help
  • Selecting user guides
  • My Oracle Support (MOS)
  • Structure and use of the GUI

Configure components

  • Bulk and selective configuraiton export (new to release 12.1)
  • Manage topology
  • Manage Policy Server (MPE) options
  • Use MPE configuration templates (new to release 12.1)
  • Global configuration settings (many of these are new)
  • configure custom APNs, S9 settings, and emergency APNs

Configure network communications

  • Create and manage network elements (PCEFs)
  • Configure OSSI
  • Configure SNMP two different ways

Policies- Policy planning

  • An orderly method of planning policy rules
  • Planing the structure and use of policy rules
  • Planning policy rule conditions
  • Planning policy rule actions
  • Planning the use of reference data ina policy rule

Policies- Policy reference data

  • A summary of reference data
  • Match lists and time periods
  • Quota profiles and conventions
  • Serving gateways and MCC-MNC mapping
  • Tiers and entitlements
  • Traffic profiles
  • Charging Servers and retry profiles
  • Custom AVP defintions

Policies- Master Policy Library

  • Using the policy wizard to create policy rules
  • Selecting conditions
  • Selecting actions
  • Using policy templates to create new policies
  • Copying an existing policy to create new policies

Policies- Deploying policies

  • Deploy poicies from the Policy Library
  • Deploy policies from the Policy Server configuration menus
  • Using Policy Groups

System Administration

  • Control system users
  • Ceate and manage user accounts
  • Ceate and manage roles
  • Ceate and manage scopes

Ancillary Devices- SPR/UDR

  • Manage SPR from CMP
  • Create test user profile records from CMP
  • Search and modify user profile records from CMP
  • Use tiers and entitlements in the CMP

Ancillary Devices- MRA/Policy Front End

  • Functions of MRA/Policy Front End
  • MRA scalability
  • MRA diamter routing
  • MRA session viewer
  • Associating an MRA to MPEs

Monitor- component reports

  • Interpret and analyze cluster information reports
  • Interpret and analyze internal operations reports
  • Interpret and analyze policy statistics reports
  • Interpret and analyze quota profile statistics reports

Monitor - Alarms

  • Interpret and analyze alarm reports alarm history reports
  • Interpret and analyze alarm history reports
  • Use the customer documentation to locate recovery actions

Monitor system- Component reports

  • Interpret and analyze system-wide reports
  • Interpret and analyze Key Performance Indicator (KPI) reports
  • Interpret and analyze the subscriber activity log
  • Interpret and analyze the CMP cluster report

Monitor system- Monitor system-wide reports

  • Interpret and analyze the subscriber activity log
  • Interpret and analyze AF sesson report and PDN connection reports
  • Interpret and analyze APN suffix reports
  • Interpret and analyze connection status reports
  • Interpret and analyze MPE/MRA reports
  • Interpret and analyze protocol error reports

Corrective maintenance- alarms and logs

  • Locate alarms by their alarm code
  • Decode alarm maessages
  • Prepare for emergency actions
  • Use alarm actions to troubelshoot problems
  • Contact customer service - open service requests (SRs)
  • Use My Oracle Support to track SRs
  • Use knowledge base in My Oracle Support

Fixed-mobile Convergance

  • Wireless and Fixed Radius PCC
  • MPE as a Radius server
  • Using and managing subscriber keys
  • Creating and managing BNG network elements
  • Creating and managing CoA templates

Troubleshoot Diameter message processing

  • Scenario- troubleshoot a message flow
  • Analyze policies to identify expected results
  • Choose diagnostic test points
  • Set up policy network elements for testing
  • Verify Diameter connections
  • Interpret and analyze Diameter test messages
  • Verify MRA and MPE/UDR message bindings
  • Interpret and analyze the generation of PCC rule answer messages

Fixed-mobile Convergance

  • Wireless and Fixed Radius PCC
  • MPE as a Radius server
  • Using and managing subscriber keys
  • Creating and managing BNG network elements
  • Creating and managing CoA templates