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Cost Efficient Design of Survivable Virtual Infrastructure to Recover from Facility Node Failures
As network virtualization becomes popular, the problem of efficiently mapping a virtual infrastructure (VI) over a substrate network while guaranteeing its survivability in the event of failuresExpand
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Survivable Virtual Infrastructure Mapping in a Federated Computing and Networking System under Single Regional Failures
As virtualization becomes more and more popular, how to guarantee survivability of a virtual infrastructure (VI) over a wide-area optical network is increasingly important. In this paper, we approachExpand
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Enhancing the reliability of services in NFV with the cost-efficient redundancy scheme
Network Function Virtualization (NFV) transforms the traditional service provision architecture into a software-based structure. In NFV, Virtual Network Functions Forwarding Graph (VNF FG) [1] isExpand
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A new technique for efficient live migration of multiple virtual machines
Datacenter virtualization technologies have attracted a lot of attention to enable various cloud computing services and to facilitate virtual machine (VM) migration. VM migration can help serviceExpand
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Fast incremental flow table aggregation in SDN
In OpenFlow-based SDN, flow tables are TCAM-hungry and commodity switches suffer from limited concrete flow table size. One method for coping with the limitations is to use aggregation schemes toExpand
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Efficient location privacy algorithm for Internet of Things (IoT) services and applications
Location-based Services (LBS) have become a very important area for research with the rapid development of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and the ubiquitous use of smartphones and socialExpand
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A cost efficient framework and algorithm for embedding dynamic virtual network requests
Cloud computing is a novel paradigm that enables transparent resource sharing over the Internet. With cloud computing users access applications/services and infrastructure resources using thinExpand
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On progressive network recovery after a major disruption
A major disruption may affect many network components and significantly lower the capacity of a network measured in terms of the maximum total flow among a set of source-destination pairs. Since onlyExpand
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Joint topology design and mapping of service function chains for efficient, scalable, and reliable network functions virtualization
NFV is promising to lower the network operator's capital expenditure and operational expenditure by replacing proprietary hardware-based network equipment with software-based VNFs that can beExpand
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Towards Practical and Near-Optimal Coflow Scheduling for Data Center Networks
In current data centers, an application (e.g., MapReduce, Dryad, search platform, etc.) usually generates a group of parallel flows to complete a job. These flows compose a coflow and only completingExpand
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