Software-Defined Networking for data centre network management: A survey
Sreenan, Cormac J.
Data centres are growing in numbers and size, and their networks expanding to carry larger amounts of traffic. The traffic profile is constantly varying, particularly in cloud data centres where tenants arrive, leave, and may change their resource requirements in between, and so the network configuration must change at a commensurate rate. Software-Defined Networking - programmatic control of network configuration - has been critical to meeting the demands of modern data centre network management, and has been the subject of intense focus by the research community, working in conjunction with industry. In this survey, we review Software-Defined Networking research targeting the management and operation of data centre networks.
Software-Defined Networking , Data centre networks
Sherwin, J. and Sreenan, C. J. (2021) 'Software-Defined Networking for data centre network management: A survey', pp. 1-9. Available at: https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/2106/2106.10014.pdf (Accessed: 22 March 2022)
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