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Building on virtualization and programmability 5G networks aim at the concurrent support of application domains with different functional and/or QoS requirements, both across and within vertical domains. Towards these requirements, network slicing mechanisms allow the management and orchestration of the underlying pool of resources, typically within a single administrative domain. However, in several occasions, verticals are expected to have a large geographical footprint, often crossing thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.1403997 fatcat:jsuf6yrogzgpjgo5j2jn3fldni