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DAIM: a Mechanism to Distribute Control Functions within OpenFlow Switches

Ameen Banjar, Pakawat Pupatwibuli, Robin Braun
2014 Journal of Networks  
The DAIM model can provide richness of nature-inspired adaptation algorithms on a complex distributed computing environment.  ...  Telecommunication networks need to support a wide range of services and functionalities with capability of autonomy, scalability and adaptability for managing applications to meet business needs.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work is sponsored by the Centre for Real-Time Information Networks (CRIN) in the Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).  ... 
doi:10.4304/jnw.9.01.1-9 fatcat:tvtpqx6frvhapcvjylzotxkxim

Using scalable distributed computers in telecommunications [chapter]

J. -M. Jézéquel
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we i n vestigate how o -the-shelf distributed computers could still be used along with relevant s o f t ware architectures to build truly scalable telecommunication switching equipment,  ...  We then describe a prototype implementation, and discuss performance results. We conclude on the interest and perspectives of this kind of scalable architecture.  ...  A Scalable Proposal for the SMDS Server Circumventing bus bottlenecks in number crunching parallel computing was the main reason why Distribute Memory Parallel Computers (DMPC) started to be built around  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0031580 fatcat:vv6rvjsmg5d63hmqebmcnxme44

A Scalability Study of Enterprise Network Architectures

Brent Stephens, Alan L. Cox, Scott Rixner, T.S. Eugene Ng
2011 2011 ACM/IEEE Seventh Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems  
Unfortunately, it has been widely acknowledged that Ethernet does not scale well because it relies on broadcast, which wastes bandwidth, and a cycle-free topology, which poorly distributes load and forwarding  ...  Although there are many different proposed designs, there is little data available that allows for comparisons between designs.  ...  In a distributed architecture, every switch that requires forwarding table state for a route must independently compute and install forwarding table state.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ancs.2011.28 dblp:conf/ancs/StephensCRN11 fatcat:dmc2vkeym5h7tgkmkcncf6auyu

Resolving Packet Loss in a Computer Centre Applications

M. Rajalakshmi, C. Angel, K. M. Brindha Shree
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
For scalability ESM uses and combines both in packet bloom filter and in-switch entries to make the transaction between number of multicast groups.  ...  The modern data centre consists of tens of thousands of servers to interconnect distributed computations.  ...  Servers, with a scale of hundreds of thousands, are interconnected to run distributed computations for cloud service applications.  ... 
doi:10.5120/12848-9266 fatcat:sxg2wkc2jnbddikkj4uvktifti

A Dynamic Timeout Control Algorithm in Software Defined Networks

Taekhee Kim, Kwonyong Lee, Junhee Lee, Sungyong Park, Young Hwa Kim, Byungjoon Lee
2014 International Journal of Future Computer and Communication  
In the proposed approach, the controller collects various traffic parameters from the switches and predicts the inter-arrival times of packets in a flow.  ...  One of the main reasons why the controller suffers from this scalability problem is that it is fairly often overwhelmed by a large number of flow setup requests from the SDN switches to the controller.  ...  This paper focuses on the scalability of a single SDN controller for enterprise networks and proposes a scheme that improves the scalability by reducing the communications between the switches and the  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijfcc.2014.v3.321 fatcat:yqoieu2nmrbr7lesj7vmsdyai4

Block Recovery Rate-Based Unequal Error Protection for Three-Screen TV

Hojin Ha, Eun-Seok Ryu
2017 Applied Sciences  
For efficient FEC packet assignment, this paper proposes a simple and efficient performance metric, a BRR which is defined as a recovery rate of temporal and quality layer from FEC assignment by analyzing  ...  It also explains the SVC layer switching scheme according to network conditions such as packet loss rate (PLR) and available bandwidth (ABW).  ...  Hojin Ha performed the experiment and analyzed the data using H.264 SVC, and Eun-Seok Ryu did the same work using H.265/HEVC and its scalable extension (SHVC).  ... 
doi:10.3390/app7020186 fatcat:biz3eofqerfjtlcfv4mdte6mv4

Killer Fabrics for Scalable Datacenters

M. Schlansker, J. Tourrilhes, Y. Turner, J. R. Santos
2010 2010 IEEE International Conference on Communications  
This enables a cost-effective scalable network architecture based on enhanced layer two Ethernet switches.  ...  This enables a cost-effective scalable network architecture based on enhanced layer two Ethernet switches.  ...  The cost for distributing TCAM control is H×L as a size H lookup table is distributed to each leaf switch.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2010.5502190 dblp:conf/icc/SchlanskerTTS10 fatcat:uficdkm4hffndjyvujhfe6dd2q

Dual-structure Data Center Multicast Using Software Defined Networking [article]

Wenzhi Cui, Chen Qian
2014 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we propose a scalable multicast solution on fat tree networks based on the observation that data center multicast traffic has strong heterogeneity.  ...  However, traditional multicast protocols designed for IP networks are usually bottlenecked by the limited state capacity on switches.  ...  For example, the controller computes four Steiner trees for an elephant group. The edge switch of a group member would store four rules for these trees.  ... 
arXiv:1403.8065v1 fatcat:w6wu6xsajzeexf6z6u6jl2mz6a

ENDEAVOUR: A Scalable SDN Architecture For Real-World IXPs

Gianni Antichi, Ignacio Castro, Marco Chiesa, Eder L. Fernandes, Remy Lapeyrade, Daniel Kopp, Jong Hun Han, Marc Bruyere, Christoph Dietzel, Mitchell Gusat, Andrew W. Moore, Philippe Owezarski (+2 others)
2017 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Innovation in interdomain routing has remained stagnant for over a decade.  ...  ENDEAVOUR can be deployed on a multi-hop IXP fabric, supports a large number of use cases, and is highly-scalable while avoiding broadcast storms.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank Josh Bailey, Yatish Kumar, David Meyer, and Jennifer Rexford for providing advisory guidance to the project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2017.2760398 fatcat:peuznl775beuzlnbfjd4eky574

Using DAIM as a reactive interpreter for openflow networks to enable autonomic functionality

Pakawat Pupatwibul, Ameen Banjar, Robin Braun
2013 Computer communication review  
We evaluate the number of approaches to solve these limitations, and propose DAIM model (Distributed Active information Model) which can be integrated into the OpenFlow structure at the level of the switches  ...  OpenFlow approach, however, has number of limitations: it restricts its use within a single-domain, it is not scalable, and it does not adapt well to changes in local environments.  ...  Controller computes forwarding destination for the packet.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2534169.2491721 fatcat:67gfh24kczfupodg23zje3yj5y

A Scalable Memory-Efficient Architecture for Parallel Shared Memory Switches

Brad Matthews, Itamar Elhanany
2007 2007 Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing  
At the core of the PSM architecture is a memory management algorithm that determines, for each arriving packet, the memory unit in which it will be placed.  ...  Our goal is to extend existing shared-memory architecture results in the context of Fabric on a Chip (FoC) -a paradigm that advocates the consolidation of core packet switching functions on a single chip  ...  This is certainly feasible for low port densities, but limits scalability. Moreover, he complexity of the packet placement process also limits system scalability.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hpsr.2007.4281230 fatcat:kj5z7b7frnfz7drz5hi54vvwre

Routing Techniques in Data Center Networks [chapter]

Shaista Habib, Fawaz S. Bokhari, Samee U. Khan
2015 Handbook on Data Centers  
Data Centers are the core of cloud computing as they consist of thousands of computers which are interconnected in a way to provide cloud services.  ...  A Data Center Network (DCNs) can be defined as centralized infrastructure providing several large scale computing and diversified network services like video streaming and cloud computing to its subscribed  ...  When a source node wants to send some data to a destination node, the ingress switch upon receiving a packet looks for the source MAC address in the packet and checks its local table for AMAC to PMAC mapping  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-2092-1_16 fatcat:gn3f636odbfz5o5e3deugrptcq

An information-centric architecture for data center networks

Bong Jun Ko, Vasileios Pappas, Ramya Raghavendra, Yang Song, Raheleh B. Dilmaghani, Kang-won Lee, Dinesh Verma
2012 Proceedings of the second edition of the ICN workshop on Information-centric networking - ICN '12  
The control-plane is implemented in a centralized manner, while the data-plane is fully distributed.  ...  Our Info-Centric Data Center Network (IC-DCN) addresses many of the pain-points in current DCNs, such as network scalability, host mobility, etc.  ...  Route Computation Scalability A route computation is carried out whenever there are network topology changes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2342488.2342506 dblp:conf/acmicn/KoPRSDLV12 fatcat:qnwiqas44nd3nmdm6jpvqnwbgi

Scaling Bloom filter-based multicast via filter switching

Christos Tsilopoulos, George Xylomenos
2013 2013 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)  
Stateless multicast forwarding with in-packet Bloom filters (iBF) has recently been proposed as a highly scalable way for supporting a large number of multicast groups.  ...  Hence, even though the system is no more fully stateless, it remains far more scalable than other approaches. Index Terms-in-packet Bloom filters, multicast packet forwarding, switched-iBFs  ...  In the first category, the tree is constructed in a distributed manner and the iBF is computed at the source node [4] , [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2013.6755003 dblp:conf/iscc/TsilopoulosX13 fatcat:usoanlw4cnaenk6evykca5wliy

Stratos: A Network-Aware Orchestration Layer for Virtual Middleboxes in Clouds [article]

Aaron Gember, Anand Krishnamurthy, Saul St. John, Robert Grandl, Xiaoyang Gao, Ashok Anand, Theophilus Benson, Vyas Sekar, Aditya Akella
2014 arXiv   pre-print
It ensures efficient and scalable provisioning by combining middlebox-specific traffic engineering, placement, and horizontal scaling strategies.  ...  ., dynamics, multiplexing) for middlebox management tasks such as service composition and provisioning.  ...  We observe that computing a flow distribution for a single tenant takes, on average, 701ms.  ... 
arXiv:1305.0209v2 fatcat:z73mh7krkbbd5ai5yd4v5epqdq
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