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ME60 V800R010C10SPC500 Feature Description - System Management 01

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Terminology for OPS

Terminology for OPS

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Term

Definition

OPS

Open Programmability System. A system that provides APIs for users or third-party developers to program self-defined applications, which facilitate service extension and automatic management and maintenance and enable users to improve the utilization of their network resources.

API

Application Programming Interface. An interface that specifies how applications interact with each other.

REST

Representational State Transfer. A software standard defined by Doctor Roy Fielding in his doctoral dissertation titled Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures in 2000. The REST standard defines:

  • Addressability: Unlike OOP objects, each resource in REST has its unique corresponding URI.
  • Interface uniformity: Unlike SOAP, REST requires that all request methods be mapped to HTTP methods (GET, PUT, DELETE, and POST). Therefore, no service description languages, such as WSDL, are required.
  • Statelessness: No client-specific information is ever stored on the server. This makes it much easier to horizontally scale applications and makes the server more reliable.
  • Representational: The customers communicate with the representations of resources instead of the resources. A resource can have multiple representations. Any customer that is allocated the representation of a resource has sufficient information for processing underlying resources.
  • Connectedness: Any REST-based system can predict the resources that customers need to access and return the representations carrying these resources. For example, the system can return the RESTful operations in a hyperlink to customers.

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Acronym and Abbreviation

Full Name

OPS

Open Programmability System

API

Application Programming Interface

REST

Representational State Transfer

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