Intent Management State Machines v3.5.0 (TR292B)

The intent management state machines model is an ontology within the TM Forum intent ontology. It introduces a generic state machine describing the status of intent handling and the compliance of the system to the requirements expressed by an intent.  The intent management state machines model introduces a standard vocabulary to be used between the intent handler and intent owner to communicate the intent handling status and the stage in the intent life cycle. The model defines a generic state machine of intent handling. States reflect compliance to the intent requirements and stages in the intent life cycle. State transitions serve as events that indicate that a significant change in the intent handling status has occurred. A separate, but associate state machine is defined for communicating the progress of intent updates. 

General Information

Document series: TR292B
Document version: 3.5.0
Status: Team Approved
Document type: Technical Report
Team approved: 03-May-2024
IPR mode: RAND
Published on: 06-May-2024
Date modified: 03-May-2024