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Achieving Sub-Second Downtimes in Large-Scale Virtual Machine Migrations with LISP

Patrick Raad, Stefano Secci, Dung Chi Phung, Antonio Cianfrani, Pascal Gallard, Guy Pujolle
2014 IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management  
Our results show that we can guarantee service downtime upon live virtual machine migration lower than a second across American, Asian and European LISP sites, and down to 300 ms within Europe, outperforming  ...  This evolution reveals missing blocks of the current Internet Protocol architecture, in particular in terms of virtual machine mobility management for addressing and locator-identifier mapping.  ...  would like to thank Damien Saucez from INRIA Sophia Antipolis, Giulio Colombo from the University of Roma I -La Sapienza, and Rodrigo de Souza Couto from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) for  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnsm.2014.012114.130517 fatcat:5emkxoupnzbqvieyzkzb7pd6si

A LISP-Based Implementation of Follow Me Cloud

Adlen Ksentini, Tarik Taleb, Farouk Messaoudi
2014 IEEE Access  
INDEX TERMS Follow me cloud, network function virtualization (NFV), LISP, QoS, testbed.  ...  To simplify further the deployment, all FMC entities (including LISP entities) are virtualized considering the network function virtualization principle.  ...  While in [17] and [18] , the hypervisor interacts with VM before and after its migration to update IP addresses in the VM's routing table, in [20] the hypervisor (called HyperMIP) is called each time  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2014.2360352 fatcat:bakcdjvssbdgrkbqkss4lpbm5a