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sFlow: Towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks.

Mea Wang

sFlow: Towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks.

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The key advantages of application overlay networks arise from the fundamental property that the overlay topology---residing above a densely connected IP-layer wide-area network---can be constructed at will, and manipulated to optimize performance. In this thesis, we consider the case of composing complex services in application overlay networks, such that elementary services may be federated and organized into service topologies . We seek to design a generic framework and an efficient algorithm towards such service federation, and to achieve the objective of optimizing end-to-end throughput by constructing service topologies of high quality. The highlight of the thesis is sFlow, a fully distributed algorithm to be executed on all service nodes, such that the federated service topology is resource efficient, performs well, and meets the demands of service consumers. To validate the effectiveness and efficiency of sFlow, we illustrate the results of evaluations in a wide variety of test scenarios over a global-scale wide-area overlay network testbed, PlanetLab.

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Pagination84 leaves.
Number of Pages84
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ISBN 10061291450X


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sFlow: towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks Abstract: Existing research work towards the composition of complex federated services has assumed that service requests and deliveries flow through a particular service path or tree.

Here, we extend such a service model to a directed acyclic graph Cited by: sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks Conference Paper in Proceedings - International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems.

Get this from a library. SFlow: towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks. [Mea Wang]. BibTeX @MISC{Wang_sflow:towards, author = {Mea Wang and Baochun Li and Zongpeng Li}, title = {sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks.

BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Wang04sflow:towards, author = {Mea Wang and Baochun Li and Zongpeng Li}, title = {sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks}, booktitle = {PROC. OF THE 24TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING SYSTEMS (ICDCS’04}, year = {}, pages = {}, publisher = {}}.

sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks. By Mea Wang, Baochun Li and Zongpeng Li.

Abstract. Existing research work towards the composition of complex federated services has assumed that service requests and deliveries flow through a particular service path or tree. In this paper, we extend.

Wang, M., Li, B., Li, Z.: sFlow: towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks. In: Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, pp. – () Google Scholar.

Mea Wang, Baochun Li, and Zongpeng Li. sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks.

In Proc. of IEEE ICDCS. Google Scholar Digital Library; Li Yang, Wu Hao, Pan Tian, Dai Huichen, Lu Jianyuan, and Liu Bin. CASE: Cache-assisted Stretchable Estimator for High Speed Per-flow Measurement. Wang M, Li B C, Li Z P. sFlow: Towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks.

In Proc. the 24th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Marchpp Google Scholar. Mea Wang, Baochun Li, Zongpeng Li.

"sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks," in the Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS ), pp.Tokyo, Japan, MarchJiang Guo, Ying Zhu, Baochun Li.

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24th International Conference on. IEEE, Google Scholar. The sFlow method is scalable to the traffic volume, especially under the frequently changing traffic of data center. Comparing to capturing every flow statistics, sFlow: Towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks.

book agent samples the packets 1 out of k packets and only sends the sampled header message to the central collector. Thousands of devices can be monitored by a single sFlow Collector. Mea Wang, Baochun Li, Zongpeng Li. “sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks,” in the Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS ), pp.

Tokyo, Japan, MarchJiang Guo, Ying Zhu, Baochun Li. [C1] Mea Wang, Baochun Li, Zongpeng Li. “sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks,” in the Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS ), pp.Tokyo, Japan, March(acceptance rate: 17%).

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Network monitoring and measurement are crucial in network management to facilitate quality of service routing and performance evaluation. sFlow: Towards Resource-Efficient and Agile Service Federation in Service Overlay Networks, in the Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), Tokyo, Japan, March• Zongpeng Li, Baochun Li.

Software Defined Networking, especially through protocols like OpenFlow, is becoming more and more present in networks. It aims at separating the data plane from the control plane for more network programmability, serviceability, heterogeneity and maintainability. Even if mobile applications and multimedia are often pointed at to show the demise of current network architectures, there are.

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Wang, B. Li, Z. Li, sflow: Towards resource-efficient and agile service federation in service overlay networks, in: Proceedings of the IEEE ICDCS, Google Scholar [32]. This paper aims at minimizing the communication cost for collecting flow information in Software Defined Networks (SDN).

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