CN109495709B - Video network management system and method - Google Patents

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CN109495709B
CN109495709B CN201811203704.3A CN201811203704A CN109495709B CN 109495709 B CN109495709 B CN 109495709B CN 201811203704 A CN201811203704 A CN 201811203704A CN 109495709 B CN109495709 B CN 109495709B
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The embodiment of the invention provides a video network management system and a video network management method, wherein in the system, a unified interface layer object is used for receiving service data of a conference control module and/or a video telephone module from a service layer object and sending the service data to a service unified processing layer object; the service unified processing layer object is used for carrying out relevant processing on the received service data, returning a processing result to the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object, and sending the processing result to the basic core layer object, and the conference control module and/or the video telephone module is used for carrying out service processing on the received processing result; the base core layer object is used for storing and transmitting the processing result. The embodiment of the invention realizes that the video conference service and the video telephone service can be executed in one system, reduces the requirement of the operating skill of the operator and simplifies the operation steps.

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Video network management system and method
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of video networking, in particular to a video networking management system and a video networking management method.
Background
The video network is a special network for transmitting high-definition video and a special protocol at high speed based on Ethernet hardware, is a higher-level form of the Internet and is a real-time network.
In the video networking environment, a plurality of video networking services, such as video conference services, video telephone services and the like, can be realized. At present, a specific video networking service can be realized only by operating a set of special application programs, and the operating methods, user interfaces and the like of all the sets of application programs are different, so that high requirements are put forward on the operating skills of specific operators of the video networking service. If switching among multiple video networking services or simultaneous realization of multiple video networking services is required, switching among multiple sets of application programs or simultaneous operation of multiple sets of application programs is required, and operation steps are complicated.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of the above, embodiments of the present invention are proposed to provide a system and a corresponding method for managing a video network that overcome or at least partially solve the above problems.
In order to solve the above problem, an embodiment of the present invention discloses a management system for a video network, where the system is applied to a video network, and the system includes: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module; the unified interface layer object is used for receiving the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object and sending the service data to the service unified processing layer object, wherein the service data is obtained by the conference control module and/or the video telephone module responding to the service operation of a user; the service unified processing layer object is configured to perform relevant processing on the received service data, return a processing result to the conference control module and/or the video phone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object, and send the processing result to the basic core layer object, where the conference control module and/or the video phone module are configured to perform service processing on the received processing result; and the basic core layer object is used for storing and transmitting the processing result.
Optionally, the service layer object further includes at least one first extension module, where the first extension module is a video networking service function module created according to a first interface rule preset in the unified interface layer object, and the first interface rule is used to perform a decoupling operation on service data of the conference control module, service data of the video telephony module, and service data of the first extension module.
Optionally, the service layer object further includes a basic setting module, and the basic setting module is configured to set terminal information of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in a video networking service process.
Optionally, the service unified processing layer object includes a second extension module, and the second extension module is configured to encapsulate the service data of the first extension module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object.
Optionally, the second extension module is configured to add corresponding service type identifier information to the service data of the first extension module, and package the service data according to a unified service data access type.
The embodiment of the invention also discloses a video network management method, which is applied to the video network, wherein the video network comprises a video network node server, and the video network node server comprises: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module, and the method comprises the following steps: the video networking node server receives the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object by using the unified interface layer object and sends the service data to the service unified processing layer object, wherein the service data is obtained by the conference control module and/or the video telephone module responding to the service operation of a user; the video networking node server performs relevant processing on the received service data by using the service unified processing layer object, returns a processing result to the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object, and transmits the processing result to the basic core layer object, wherein the conference control module and/or the video telephone module are used for performing service processing on the received processing result; and the video networking node server stores and transmits the processing result by utilizing the basic core layer object.
Optionally, the service layer object further includes at least one first extension module, where the first extension module is a video networking service function module created according to a first interface rule preset in the unified interface layer object, and the first interface rule is used to perform a decoupling operation on service data of the conference control module, service data of the video telephony module, and service data of the first extension module.
Optionally, the business layer object further includes a basic setting module, and the method further includes: and the video networking node server utilizes the basic setting module to set the terminal information of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the video networking service process.
Optionally, the service unified processing layer object includes a second extension module, and the method further includes: and the video network node server utilizes the second expansion module to encapsulate the service data of the first expansion module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object.
Optionally, the video networking node server encapsulates, by using the second extension module, the service data of the first extension module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object, and includes: and the video network node server adds corresponding service type identification information to the service data of the first extension module by using the second extension module, and encapsulates the service data according to a uniform service data access type.
The embodiment of the invention has the following advantages:
the embodiment of the invention is applied to the video network, and the video network management system in the embodiment of the invention can comprise: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module.
In the embodiment of the invention, the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the service layer object can directly face the user, respond to the specific operation of the video networking service of the user and generate the service data of the video networking service. The unified interface layer object is used for receiving the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object and sending the service data to the service unified processing layer object, and the unified interface layer object realizes data interaction between the service layer object and the service unified processing layer object. The service unified processing layer object is used for carrying out relevant processing on the received service data, returning a processing result to a conference control module and/or a video telephone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object and sending the processing result to the basic core layer object, and the conference control module and/or the video telephone module is used for carrying out service processing on the received processing result; the base core layer object is used for storing and transmitting the processing result.
The embodiment of the invention applies the characteristics of video networking, the conference control module and the video telephone module are arranged in the service layer object, and the conference control module and the video telephone module realize that the video conference service and the video telephone service can be executed in one system, thereby reducing the requirement of the operating skill of operators and simplifying the operation steps.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic networking diagram of a video network of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of a hardware architecture of a node server according to the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic diagram of a hardware structure of an access switch of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a schematic diagram of a hardware structure of an ethernet protocol conversion gateway according to the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a block diagram of a video networking management system embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram of a video networking management system of the present invention in a video networking environment;
fig. 7 is a flowchart of the steps of an embodiment of a method for managing a video network according to the present invention.
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In order to make the aforementioned objects, features and advantages of the present invention comprehensible, embodiments accompanied with figures are described in further detail below.
The video networking is an important milestone for network development, is a real-time network, can realize high-definition video real-time transmission, and pushes a plurality of internet applications to high-definition video, and high-definition faces each other.
The video networking adopts a real-time high-definition video exchange technology, can integrate required services such as dozens of services of video, voice, pictures, characters, communication, data and the like on a system platform on a network platform, such as high-definition video conference, video monitoring, intelligent monitoring analysis, emergency command, digital broadcast television, delayed television, network teaching, live broadcast, VOD on demand, television mail, Personal Video Recorder (PVR), intranet (self-office) channels, intelligent video broadcast control, information distribution and the like, and realizes high-definition quality video broadcast through a television or a computer.
To better understand the embodiments of the present invention, the following description refers to the internet of view:
some of the technologies applied in the video networking are as follows:
network Technology (Network Technology)
Network technology innovation in video networking has improved over traditional Ethernet (Ethernet) to face the potentially enormous video traffic on the network. Unlike pure network Packet Switching (Packet Switching) or network circuit Switching (circuit Switching), the internet of vision technology employs network Packet Switching to satisfy the demand of Streaming (which is interpreted as Streaming, continuous broadcasting, and is a data transmission technology that changes received data into a stable continuous stream and continuously transmits the stream, so that the sound heard or image seen by the user is very smooth, and the user can start browsing on the screen before the whole data is transmitted). The video networking technology has the advantages of flexibility, simplicity and low price of packet switching, and simultaneously has the quality and safety guarantee of circuit switching, thereby realizing the seamless connection of the whole network switching type virtual circuit and the data format.
Switching Technology (Switching Technology)
The video network adopts two advantages of asynchronism and packet switching of the Ethernet, eliminates the defects of the Ethernet on the premise of full compatibility, has end-to-end seamless connection of the whole network, is directly communicated with a user terminal, and directly bears an IP data packet. The user data does not require any format conversion across the entire network. The video networking is a higher-level form of the Ethernet, is a real-time exchange platform, can realize the real-time transmission of the whole-network large-scale high-definition video which cannot be realized by the existing Internet, and pushes a plurality of network video applications to high-definition and unification.
Server Technology (Server Technology)
The server technology on the video networking and unified video platform is different from the traditional server, the streaming media transmission of the video networking and unified video platform is established on the basis of connection orientation, the data processing capacity of the video networking and unified video platform is independent of flow and communication time, and a single network layer can contain signaling and data transmission. For voice and video services, the complexity of video networking and unified video platform streaming media processing is much simpler than that of data processing, and the efficiency is greatly improved by more than one hundred times compared with that of a traditional server.
Storage Technology (Storage Technology)
The super-high speed storage technology of the unified video platform adopts the most advanced real-time operating system in order to adapt to the media content with super-large capacity and super-large flow, the program information in the server instruction is mapped to the specific hard disk space, the media content is not passed through the server any more, and is directly sent to the user terminal instantly, and the general waiting time of the user is less than 0.2 second. The optimized sector distribution greatly reduces the mechanical motion of the magnetic head track seeking of the hard disk, the resource consumption only accounts for 20% of that of the IP internet of the same grade, but concurrent flow which is 3 times larger than that of the traditional hard disk array is generated, and the comprehensive efficiency is improved by more than 10 times.
Network Security Technology (Network Security Technology)
The structural design of the video network completely eliminates the network security problem troubling the internet structurally by the modes of independent service permission control each time, complete isolation of equipment and user data and the like, generally does not need antivirus programs and firewalls, avoids the attack of hackers and viruses, and provides a structural carefree security network for users.
Service Innovation Technology (Service Innovation Technology)
The unified video platform integrates services and transmission, and is not only automatically connected once whether a single user, a private network user or a network aggregate. The user terminal, the set-top box or the PC are directly connected to the unified video platform to obtain various multimedia video services in various forms. The unified video platform adopts a menu type configuration table mode to replace the traditional complex application programming, can realize complex application by using very few codes, and realizes infinite new service innovation.
Networking of the video network is as follows:
the video network is a centralized control network structure, and the network can be a tree network, a star network, a ring network and the like, but on the basis of the centralized control node, the whole network is controlled by the centralized control node in the network.
As shown in fig. 1, the video network is divided into an access network and a metropolitan network.
The devices of the access network part can be mainly classified into 3 types: node server, access switch, terminal (including various set-top boxes, coding boards, memories, etc.). The node server is connected to an access switch, which may be connected to a plurality of terminals and may be connected to an ethernet network.
The node server is a node which plays a centralized control function in the access network and can control the access switch and the terminal. The node server can be directly connected with the access switch or directly connected with the terminal.
Similarly, devices of the metropolitan network portion may also be classified into 3 types: a metropolitan area server, a node switch and a node server. The metro server is connected to a node switch, which may be connected to a plurality of node servers.
The node server is a node server of the access network part, namely the node server belongs to both the access network part and the metropolitan area network part.
The metropolitan area server is a node which plays a centralized control function in the metropolitan area network and can control a node switch and a node server. The metropolitan area server can be directly connected with the node switch or directly connected with the node server.
Therefore, the whole video network is a network structure with layered centralized control, and the network controlled by the node server and the metropolitan area server can be in various structures such as tree, star and ring.
The access network part can form a unified video platform (circled part), and a plurality of unified video platforms can form a video network; each unified video platform may be interconnected via metropolitan area and wide area video networking.
Video networking device classification
1.1 devices in the video network of the embodiment of the present invention can be mainly classified into 3 types: servers, switches (including ethernet gateways), terminals (including various set-top boxes, code boards, memories, etc.). The video network as a whole can be divided into a metropolitan area network (or national network, global network, etc.) and an access network.
1.2 wherein the devices of the access network part can be mainly classified into 3 types: node servers, access switches (including ethernet gateways), terminals (including various set-top boxes, code boards, memories, etc.).
The specific hardware structure of each access network device is as follows:
a node server:
as shown in fig. 2, the system mainly includes a network interface module 201, a switching engine module 202, a CPU module 203, and a disk array module 204.
The network interface module 201, the CPU module 203, and the disk array module 204 all enter the switching engine module 202; the switching engine module 202 performs an operation of looking up the address table 205 on the incoming packet, thereby obtaining the direction information of the packet; and stores the packet in a queue of the corresponding packet buffer 206 based on the packet's steering information; if the queue of the packet buffer 206 is nearly full, it is discarded; the switching engine module 202 polls all packet buffer queues for forwarding if the following conditions are met: 1) the port send buffer is not full; 2) the queue packet counter is greater than zero. The disk array module 204 mainly implements control over the hard disk, including initialization, read-write, and other operations on the hard disk; the CPU module 203 is mainly responsible for protocol processing with an access switch and a terminal (not shown in the figure), configuring an address table 205 (including a downlink protocol packet address table, an uplink protocol packet address table, and a data packet address table), and configuring the disk array module 204.
The access switch:
as shown in fig. 3, the network interface module (downstream network interface module 301, upstream network interface module 302), the switching engine module 303, and the CPU module 304 are mainly included.
Wherein, the packet (uplink data) coming from the downlink network interface module 301 enters the packet detection module 305; the packet detection module 305 detects whether the Destination Address (DA), the Source Address (SA), the packet type, and the packet length of the packet meet the requirements, if so, allocates a corresponding stream identifier (stream-id) and enters the switching engine module 303, otherwise, discards the stream identifier; the packet (downstream data) coming from the upstream network interface module 302 enters the switching engine module 303; the data packet coming from the CPU module 204 enters the switching engine module 303; the switching engine module 303 performs an operation of looking up the address table 306 on the incoming packet, thereby obtaining the direction information of the packet; if the packet entering the switching engine module 303 is from the downstream network interface to the upstream network interface, the packet is stored in the queue of the corresponding packet buffer 307 in association with the stream-id; if the queue of the packet buffer 307 is nearly full, it is discarded; if the packet entering the switching engine module 303 is not from the downlink network interface to the uplink network interface, the data packet is stored in the queue of the corresponding packet buffer 307 according to the guiding information of the packet; if the queue of the packet buffer 307 is nearly full, it is discarded.
The switching engine module 303 polls all packet buffer queues, which in this embodiment of the present invention is divided into two cases:
if the queue is from the downlink network interface to the uplink network interface, the following conditions are met for forwarding: 1) the port send buffer is not full; 2) the queued packet counter is greater than zero; 3) and obtaining the token generated by the code rate control module.
If the queue is not from the downlink network interface to the uplink network interface, the following conditions are met for forwarding: 1) the port send buffer is not full; 2) the queue packet counter is greater than zero.
The rate control module 208 is configured by the CPU module 204, and generates tokens for packet buffer queues from all downstream network interfaces to upstream network interfaces at programmable intervals to control the rate of upstream forwarding.
The CPU module 304 is mainly responsible for protocol processing with the node server, configuration of the address table 306, and configuration of the code rate control module 308.
Ethernet protocol conversion gateway
As shown in fig. 4, the apparatus mainly includes a network interface module (a downlink network interface module 401 and an uplink network interface module 402), a switching engine module 403, a CPU module 404, a packet detection module 405, a rate control module 408, an address table 406, a packet buffer 407, a MAC adding module 409, and a MAC deleting module 410.
Wherein, the data packet coming from the downlink network interface module 401 enters the packet detection module 405; the packet detection module 405 detects whether the ethernet MAC DA, the ethernet MAC SA, the ethernet length or frame type, the video network destination address DA, the video network source address SA, the video network packet type, and the packet length of the packet meet the requirements, and if so, allocates a corresponding stream identifier (stream-id); then, the MAC deletion module 410 subtracts MAC DA, MAC SA, length or frame type (2byte) and enters the corresponding receiving buffer, otherwise, discards it;
the downlink network interface module 401 detects the sending buffer of the port, and if there is a packet, acquires the ethernet MAC DA of the corresponding terminal according to the video networking destination address DA of the packet, adds the ethernet MAC DA of the terminal, the MACSA of the ethernet coordination gateway, and the ethernet length or frame type, and sends the packet.
The other modules in the ethernet protocol gateway function similarly to the access switch.
A terminal:
the system mainly comprises a network interface module, a service processing module and a CPU module; for example, the set-top box mainly comprises a network interface module, a video and audio coding and decoding engine module and a CPU module; the coding board mainly comprises a network interface module, a video and audio coding engine module and a CPU module; the memory mainly comprises a network interface module, a CPU module and a disk array module.
1.3 devices of the metropolitan area network part can be mainly classified into 3 types: node server, node exchanger, metropolitan area server. The node switch mainly comprises a network interface module, a switching engine module and a CPU module; the metropolitan area server mainly comprises a network interface module, a switching engine module and a CPU module.
2. Video networking packet definition
2.1 Access network packet definition
The data packet of the access network mainly comprises the following parts: destination Address (DA), Source Address (SA), reserved bytes, payload (pdu), CRC.
As shown in the following table, the data packet of the access network mainly includes the following parts:
DA SA Reserved Payload CRC
the Destination Address (DA) is composed of 8 bytes (byte), the first byte represents the type of the data packet (e.g. various protocol packets, multicast data packets, unicast data packets, etc.), there are at most 256 possibilities, the second byte to the sixth byte are metropolitan area network addresses, and the seventh byte and the eighth byte are access network addresses.
The Source Address (SA) is also composed of 8 bytes (byte), defined as the same as the Destination Address (DA).
The reserved byte consists of 2 bytes.
The payload part has different lengths according to types of different datagrams, and is 64 bytes if the type of the datagram is a variety of protocol packets, or is 1056 bytes if the type of the datagram is a unicast packet, but is not limited to the above 2 types.
The CRC consists of 4 bytes and is calculated in accordance with the standard ethernet CRC algorithm.
2.2 metropolitan area network packet definition
The topology of a metropolitan area network is a graph and there may be 2, or even more than 2, connections between two devices, i.e., there may be more than 2 connections between a node switch and a node server, a node switch and a node switch, and a node switch and a node server. However, the metro network address of the metro network device is unique, and in order to accurately describe the connection relationship between the metro network devices, parameters are introduced in the embodiment of the present invention: a label to uniquely describe a metropolitan area network device.
In this specification, the definition of the Label is similar to that of a Label of Multi-Protocol Label switching (MPLS), and assuming that there are two connections between a device a and a device B, there are 2 labels for a packet from the device a to the device B, and 2 labels for a packet from the device B to the device a. The label is classified into an incoming label and an outgoing label, and assuming that the label (incoming label) of the packet entering the device a is 0x0000, the label (outgoing label) of the packet leaving the device a may become 0x 0001. The network access process of the metro network is a network access process under centralized control, that is, address allocation and label allocation of the metro network are both dominated by the metro server, and the node switch and the node server are both passively executed, which is different from label allocation of MPLS, and label allocation of MPLS is a result of mutual negotiation between the switch and the server.
As shown in the following table, the data packet of the metro network mainly includes the following parts:
DA SA Reserved label (R) Payload CRC
Namely Destination Address (DA), Source Address (SA), Reserved byte (Reserved), tag, payload (pdu), CRC. The format of the tag may be defined by reference to the following: the tag is 32 bits with the upper 16 bits reserved and only the lower 16 bits used, and its position is between the reserved bytes and payload of the packet.
Based on the characteristics of the video network, the invention provides one of the core concepts of the embodiment, follows the protocol of the video network, integrates the conference control module and the video telephone module in the service layer object, and realizes that the video conference service and the video telephone service can be executed in one set of system.
Referring to fig. 5, a block diagram of a video network management system according to an embodiment of the present invention is shown, where the system may be applied in a video network, and the system may specifically include a business layer object 501, a unified interface layer object 502, a business unified processing layer object 503, and a base core layer object 504, where the unified interface layer object 502 communicates with the business layer object 501 and the business unified processing layer object 503, respectively, and the base core layer object 504 communicates with the business unified processing layer object 503.
In this embodiment of the present invention, the service layer object 501 may at least include a conference control module 5011 and a videophone module 5012. The conference control module 5011 is configured to execute a video conference service in a video networking environment, and the conference control module 5011 may be directly oriented to a user, and generate service data of the video conference service, such as audio and video data, in response to a specific operation of the video conference service of the user. The conference control module 5011 is mainly a functional module for operating and controlling video conference services of the video network, and can perform basic service operations of video conferences of the video network, such as meeting starting, meeting stopping, and speaking party switching. The video conference of the video network holds the video conference by taking a conference group as a basic element, and meanwhile, the conference group can be modified, so that the conference group is more suitable for each user. The video phone module 5012 is used for executing video phone services in a video networking environment, and the video phone module 5012 may directly face a user, and generate service data of the video phone services, such as audio and video data, in response to specific operations of the video phone services of the user. The videophone module 5012 is mainly a functional module for performing video networking videophone service, and can rapidly call a called party terminal to initiate the videophone service. In the service layer object 501, the conference control module 5011 and the video phone module 5012 are both used as independent video networking service function modules, and do not conflict with each other or affect each other. In an actual application process, the conference control module 5011 and the video phone module 5012 may be executed simultaneously or alternatively, and the execution timing and the execution sequence of the conference control module 5011 and the video phone module 5012 are not particularly limited in the embodiment of the present invention. In addition, the embodiment of the present invention does not specifically limit the technical means used by the conference control module 5011 and the video phone module 5012 to generate the service data, the content of the service data, and the like.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the conference control module 5011 and/or the videophone module 5012 in the service layer object 501 may transmit the generated service data to the unified interface layer object 502 in real time, and the unified interface layer object 502 forwards the service data to the service unified processing layer object 503. The unified interface layer object 502 can be regarded as a layer of data interaction protocol added between the service layer object 501 and the service unified processing layer object 503, and data interaction between the service layer object 501 and the service unified processing layer object 503 is realized through the unified interface layer object 502. That is, the unified interface layer object 502 can transmit not only the service data from the service layer object 501 to the service unified processing layer object 503 but also the processing result of the service data from the service unified processing layer object 503 to the service layer object 501.
In this embodiment of the present invention, the service unified processing layer object 503 may include a data unified processing module 5031, a logic unified processing module 5032, and an internal communication module 5033. The data uniform processing module 5031 is configured to transmit and store the processing result of the service data and the service data received by the service uniform processing layer object 503, specifically, the data uniform processing module 5031 may transmit the processing result of the service data and the service data to the uniform interface layer object 502, and the data uniform processing module 5031 may also transmit the processing result of the service data and the service data to the basic core layer object 504. The logic unification processing module 5032 may perform relevant processing on the service data according to the processing logic of the video networking service to which the service data belongs, so as to obtain a processing result of the service data. The logic unification processing module 5032 may transmit the processing result of the service data to the data unification processing module 5031. The internal communication module 5033 is configured to implement communication between the service data, the processing result of the service data, and the operation instruction of the specific module in the service unification processing layer object 503.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the basic core layer object 504, which is used as a basis for each specific video networking service function module in the service layer object 501, may include a database 5041 and a communication module 5042. The database 5041 is used for storing the service data and the processing result of the service data. The communication module 5042 communicates with the database 5041, and is used for reading or writing the service data and the processing result of the service data from the database 5041.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the service layer object 501 may further include one or more first extension modules 5013, and the first extension module 5013, the conference control module 5011 and the video phone module 5012 all belong to video networking service function modules. When a new video networking service needs to be performed in the video networking management system, the new video networking service can be implemented using the first expansion module 5013. In practical applications, the first extension module 5013 may be a video networking service function module created according to a first interface rule preset in the unified interface layer object 502, where the first interface rule is used to perform a decoupling operation on service data of the conference control module 5011, service data of the video telephone module 5012, and service data of the first extension module 5013.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the service layer object 501 may further include a basic setting module 5014, where the basic setting module 5014 is configured to set terminal information of any one of the video networking service function modules in the video networking service process, the conference control module 5011, the video telephony module 5012, and the first extension module 5013. Specifically, any one of the video networking service function modules in the conference control module 5011, the video telephone module 5012, and the first extension module 5013 needs to set information of "my terminal" in practical application, and the basic setting module 5014 sets information of "my terminal" of each video networking service function module to implement video networking services such as video conference services or video telephone services. In addition, the basic setting module 5014 may also set basic information of the video networking management system, such as basic information of logs, reminders, and the like, and the function and the like of the basic setting module 5014 are not specifically limited in the embodiment of the present invention.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the service unified processing layer object 503 may further include a second extension module 5034, and the second extension module 5034 mainly functions to encapsulate and extend the service data and the processing result of the service data of the first extension module 5013 in the service layer object 501 according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object 503. Specifically, the second expansion module 5034 is configured to add corresponding service type identifier information to the service data of the first expansion module 5013, and package the service data according to a unified service data access type.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the video networking management system may communicate with the service processing server in the video networking environment, as shown in fig. 6, the service processing server is mainly used for comprehensively processing service data of video networking services, and the service processing server may communicate with the video networking node server to realize data transmission with a plurality of video networking terminals by using the video networking node server, so as to finally realize each video networking service.
The embodiment of the invention is applied to the video network, and the video network management system in the embodiment of the invention can comprise: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module.
In the embodiment of the invention, the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the service layer object can directly face the user, respond to the specific operation of the video networking service of the user and generate the service data of the video networking service. The unified interface layer object is used for receiving the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object and sending the service data to the service unified processing layer object, and the unified interface layer object realizes data interaction between the service layer object and the service unified processing layer object. The service unified processing layer object is used for carrying out relevant processing on the received service data, returning a processing result to a conference control module and/or a video telephone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object and sending the processing result to the basic core layer object, and the conference control module and/or the video telephone module is used for carrying out service processing on the received processing result; the base core layer object is used for storing and transmitting the processing result.
The embodiment of the invention applies the characteristics of video networking, the conference control module and the video telephone module are arranged in the service layer object, and the conference control module and the video telephone module realize that the video conference service and the video telephone service can be executed in one system, thereby reducing the requirement of the operating skill of operators and simplifying the operation steps.
And moreover, the first expansion module is arranged in the business layer object, and the second expansion module is arranged in the business unified processing layer object, so that the video networking business processing capacity of the video networking management system is expanded, and the application range of the video networking management system is expanded.
It should be noted that, for simplicity of description, the system embodiments are described as a series of operational combinations of objects and modules, but those skilled in the art will recognize that the embodiments are not limited by the described operational sequences, because some steps can be performed in other sequences or simultaneously according to the embodiments. Further, those skilled in the art will appreciate that the embodiments described in the specification are presently preferred and that no particular act is required to implement the invention.
Referring to fig. 7, a flowchart illustrating steps of an embodiment of a method for managing an internet of view according to the present invention is shown, wherein the method can be applied to an internet of view, the internet of view can include an internet of view node server, and the internet of view node server can include: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module, and the method specifically comprises the following steps:
step 701, the video network node server receives the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object by using the unified interface layer object, and sends the service data to the service unified processing layer object. The service data may be obtained by the conference control module and/or the videophone module in response to the service operation of the user.
Step 702, the video networking node server performs relevant processing on the received service data by using the service unified processing layer object, returns the processing result to the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object, and sends the processing result to the basic core layer object, and the conference control module and/or the video telephone module are used for performing service processing on the received processing result.
And step 703, the video network node server stores and transmits the processing result by using the basic core layer object.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the service layer object further includes at least one first extension module, the first extension module is a video networking service function module created according to a first interface rule preset in the unified interface layer object, and the first interface rule is used to perform a decoupling operation on service data of the conference control module, service data of the video telephony module, and service data of the first extension module.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the service layer object further includes a basic setting module, and the video networking node server can set the terminal information of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the video networking service process by using the basic setting module.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the service unified processing layer object includes a second extension module, and the node server of the video network encapsulates the service data of the first extension module by using the second extension module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, when the node server of the video networking uses the second extension module to encapsulate the service data of the first extension module according to the second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object, the second extension module may be used to add corresponding service type identification information to the service data of the first extension module, and encapsulate according to the unified service data access type.
As for the method embodiment, since it is basically similar to the system embodiment, the description is simple, and the relevant points can be referred to the partial description of the system embodiment.
The embodiments in the present specification are described in a progressive manner, each embodiment focuses on differences from other embodiments, and the same and similar parts among the embodiments are referred to each other.
As will be appreciated by one skilled in the art, embodiments of the present invention may be provided as a method, apparatus, or computer program product. Accordingly, embodiments of the present invention may take the form of an entirely hardware embodiment, an entirely software embodiment or an embodiment combining software and hardware aspects. Furthermore, embodiments of the present invention may take the form of a computer program product embodied on one or more computer-usable storage media (including, but not limited to, disk storage, CD-ROM, optical storage, and the like) having computer-usable program code embodied therein.
Embodiments of the present invention are described with reference to flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams of methods, terminal devices (systems), and computer program products according to embodiments of the invention. It will be understood that each flow and/or block of the flow diagrams and/or block diagrams, and combinations of flows and/or blocks in the flow diagrams and/or block diagrams, can be implemented by computer program instructions. These computer program instructions may be provided to a processor of a general purpose computer, special purpose computer, embedded processor, or other programmable data processing terminal to produce a machine, such that the instructions, which execute via the processor of the computer or other programmable data processing terminal, create means for implementing the functions specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
These computer program instructions may also be stored in a computer-readable memory that can direct a computer or other programmable data processing terminal to function in a particular manner, such that the instructions stored in the computer-readable memory produce an article of manufacture including instruction means which implement the function specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
These computer program instructions may also be loaded onto a computer or other programmable data processing terminal to cause a series of operational steps to be performed on the computer or other programmable terminal to produce a computer implemented process such that the instructions which execute on the computer or other programmable terminal provide steps for implementing the functions specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
While preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described, additional variations and modifications of these embodiments may occur to those skilled in the art once they learn of the basic inventive concepts. Therefore, it is intended that the appended claims be interpreted as including preferred embodiments and all such alterations and modifications as fall within the scope of the embodiments of the invention.
Finally, it should also be noted that, herein, relational terms such as first and second, and the like may be used solely to distinguish one entity or action from another entity or action without necessarily requiring or implying any actual such relationship or order between such entities or actions. Also, the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a process, method, article, or terminal that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such process, method, article, or terminal. Without further limitation, an element defined by the phrase "comprising an … …" does not exclude the presence of other like elements in a process, method, article, or terminal that comprises the element.
The foregoing detailed description of a video network management system and a video network management method provided by the present invention, and the specific examples applied herein have been set forth to explain the principles and embodiments of the present invention, and the above descriptions of the embodiments are only used to help understand the method and its core ideas of the present invention; meanwhile, for a person skilled in the art, according to the idea of the present invention, there may be variations in the specific embodiments and the application scope, and in summary, the content of the present specification should not be construed as a limitation to the present invention.

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1. A management system of video network, characterized in that, the system is applied in video network, the system includes: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module;
the unified interface layer object is used for receiving the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object and sending the service data to the service unified processing layer object, wherein the service data is obtained by the conference control module and/or the video telephone module responding to the service operation of a user;
the service unified processing layer object is configured to perform relevant processing on the received service data, return a processing result to the conference control module and/or the video phone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object, and send the processing result to the basic core layer object, where the conference control module and/or the video phone module are configured to perform service processing on the received processing result;
the basic core layer object is used for storing and transmitting the processing result; and the processing result is obtained after the business uniform processing layer object performs relevant processing on the received business data.
2. The video networking management system according to claim 1, wherein the service layer object further comprises at least one first extension module, the first extension module is a video networking service function module created according to a first interface rule preset in the unified interface layer object, and the first interface rule is used for performing a decoupling operation on the service data of the conference control module, the service data of the video telephony module, and the service data of the first extension module.
3. The system according to claim 1 or 2, wherein said service layer object further comprises a basic setting module, said basic setting module is used for setting the terminal information of said conference control module and/or said videophone module in the video networking service process.
4. The management system of claim 2, wherein the service unified processing layer object comprises a second extension module, and the second extension module is configured to encapsulate the service data of the first extension module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object.
5. The system according to claim 4, wherein the second extension module is configured to add corresponding service type identifier information to the service data of the first extension module, and package the service data according to a uniform service data access type.
6. A method for managing video network, wherein the method is applied to video network, the video network comprises a video network node server, and the video network node server comprises: the system comprises a business layer object, a unified interface layer object, a business unified processing layer object and a basic core layer object, wherein the unified interface layer object is communicated with the business layer object and the business unified processing layer object respectively, and the basic core layer object is communicated with the business unified processing layer object; the service layer object at least comprises a conference control module and a video telephone module, and the method comprises the following steps:
the video networking node server receives the service data of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module from the service layer object by using the unified interface layer object and sends the service data to the service unified processing layer object, wherein the service data is obtained by the conference control module and/or the video telephone module responding to the service operation of a user;
the video networking node server performs relevant processing on the received service data by using the service unified processing layer object, returns a processing result to the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the service layer object through the unified interface layer object, and transmits the processing result to the basic core layer object, wherein the conference control module and/or the video telephone module are used for performing service processing on the received processing result;
the video networking node server stores and transmits the processing result by utilizing the basic core layer object; and the processing result is obtained after the business uniform processing layer object performs relevant processing on the received business data.
7. The video networking management method according to claim 6, wherein the service layer object further comprises at least one first extension module, the first extension module is a video networking service function module created according to a first interface rule preset in the unified interface layer object, and the first interface rule is used for performing a decoupling operation on the service data of the conference control module, the service data of the video telephony module, and the service data of the first extension module.
8. The method of claim 6 or 7, wherein the business layer object further comprises a base settings module, the method further comprising:
and the video networking node server utilizes the basic setting module to set the terminal information of the conference control module and/or the video telephone module in the video networking service process.
9. The method of claim 7, wherein the business unification layer object comprises a second extension module, the method further comprising:
and the video network node server utilizes the second expansion module to encapsulate the service data of the first expansion module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object.
10. The method according to claim 9, wherein the video networking node server encapsulates the service data of the first extension module by using the second extension module according to a second interface rule preset in the service unified processing layer object, and includes:
and the video network node server adds corresponding service type identification information to the service data of the first extension module by using the second extension module, and encapsulates the service data according to a uniform service data access type.
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