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2013 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC)
Survivable cloud networking services
San Diego, CA, USA USA
January 28-January 31
ISBN: 978-1-4673-5287-1
A. Rayes, Cisco Systems
H. Alazemi, Kuwait University
F. Gu, University of New Mexico
N. Ghani, University of New Mexico
Many users are adopting cloud computing services to expand applications across interconnected data-centers. Since these new paradigms require common data exchange, they impose further virtual network (VN) mapping demands for operators. However, to guarantee reliable services, survivability is a key concern, especially for large regional stressors. Hence this paper presents a novel failure region-disjoint VN mapping scheme to achieve efficient survivability. Namely, the solution divides failure regions into two groups and then computes failure region-disjoint VN mapping pairs. The scheme is analyzed using simulation and compared against some existing survivable VN mapping schemes.
Index Terms:
cloud computing,Network virtualization,virtual network mapping,virtual network survivability
Citation:
A. Rayes, H. Alazemi, F. Gu, N. Ghani, "Survivable cloud networking services," icnc, pp.1016-1020, 2013 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC), 2013
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