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Cloud computing has recently emerged as a new paradigm for hosting and delivering services over the Inter-net. Cloud computing is attractive to business owners as it eliminates the requirement for users to plan ahead for pro-visioning, and allows enterprises to start from the small and increase resources only when there is a rise in service demand. However,(More)
—Recently network virtualization has been proposed as a promising way to overcome the current ossification of the Internet by allowing multiple heterogeneous virtual networks (VNs) to coexist on a shared infrastructure. A major challenge in this respect is the VN embedding problem that deals with efficient mapping of virtual nodes and virtual links onto the(More)
Network virtualization allows multiple heterogeneous virtual networks (VNs) to coexist on a shared infrastructure. Efficient mapping of virtual nodes and virtual links of a VN request onto substrate network resources, also known as the VN embedding problem, is the first step toward enabling such multiplicity. Since this problem is known to be -hard,(More)
Intra-domain virtual network embedding is a well studied problem in the network virtualization literature. For most practical purposes, however, virtual networks (VNs) must be provisioned across heterogeneous administrative domains managed by multiple infrastructure providers (InPs). In this paper we present PolyViNE, a policy-based inter-domain VN(More)
—Recently network virtualization has been pushed forward by its proponents as a long term solution to the gradual ossification problem faced by the existing Internet and proposed to be an integral part of the next-generation networking paradigm. By allowing multiple heterogeneous network architectures to cohabit on a shared physical substrate, network(More)
Embedding of virtual network (VN) requests on top of a shared physical network poses an intriguing combination of theoretical and practical challenges. Two major problems with the state-of-the-art VN embedding algorithms are their indifference to the underlying sub-strate topology and their lack of reoptimization mechanisms for already embedded VN requests.(More)
—Network virtualization environment (VNE) affords great business flexibility to the customers and the providers as multiple providers can jointly support a customer's virtual network. Under the current network model, a group of Infrastructure Providers (InPs) peer with each other to provide a packaged deal. Such a business arrangement is not(More)