cNIS End-User Training

cNIS stands for Common Network Information Service. It is a network information system for a single administrative domain which can be coupled with AMPS (Advance Multi-domain Provisioning System), AutoBAHN(Automated Bandwidth Allocation across Heterogeneous Networks) and iSHARe (Information Sharing across Heterogeneous Administrative Regions). In order to support multi-domain workflows. cNIS derives data directly from network devices (IP, Ethernet and SDH nodes) and exposes several different interfaces to gather this data from the database.

A remote course designed for cNIS end-users was held in December 2009. This was delivered by Marek Lewandowski of PSNC via Adobe Connect. The course was recorded and is available via the links below:


You can find more information about cNIS at the cNIS homepage.