Gabor Vaszkun

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Due to its simplicity, transparency and performance, Flow Visor takes it all in today's virtualization tools for OpenFlow networks. We argue that this effectiveness comes at the price of intolerance towards diverse OpenFlow versions used simultaneously and also limited switch functionality. What is more Flow Visor based management frameworks cannot run and(More)
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have enormous potential in the public and civil domains. These are particularly useful in applications, where human lives would otherwise be endangered. Multi-UAV systems can collaboratively complete missions more efficiently and economically as compared to single UAV systems. However, there are many issues to be resolved(More)
OpenFlow is the most promising architecture for future Software Defined Networks (SDNs). However, from the aspects of large-scale or carrier-grade networks, it still lacks some key components. For example, QoS (Quality of Service) provisioning is an indispensable part of such production networks. During the evolution of the OpenFlow standard, some QoS(More)
Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Service Chaining (SC) are novel service deployment approaches in the contemporary cloud environments for increased flexibility and cost efficiency to the Application Service Providers and Network Providers. However, NFV and SC are still new and evolving topics. Optimized placement of these virtual functions is(More)
Today the notion of Service Function Chaining (SFC) returns to the focus of technological development in the area of network management and design. Researchers focus on exploiting the advantages of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) to bring SFC to a brand new level of fast and flexible, modern end-to-end service(More)
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