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Hadoop Acceleration in an OpenFlow-Based Cluster
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This study explores the use of OpenFlow to provide better link bandwidth for shuffle traffic, and thereby decrease the time that Reducers have to wait to gather data from Mappers. Expand
OpenFlow Configuration Protocol: Implementation for the of Management Plane
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The implementation of the OF-Config 1.1 standard is reported as softconf.d to retrieve and update the controller IP of an OpenvSwitch. Expand
OpenFlow Enabled Hadoop over Local and Wide Area Clusters
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Hadoop-OFE is described, which is an OpenFlow enabled version of Hadoop that dynamically modifies the network topology in order to improve the performance of Hioop. Expand
OpenFlow-Based Network Management with Visualization of Managed Elements
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The implementation of an intuitively easy to use interface for the OpenFlow-capable logical devices as managed resources in a SDN is reported. Expand
Fault-Tolerant OpenFlow-Based Software Switch Architecture with LINC Switches for a Reliable Network Data Exchange
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This paper explores one mechanism for fault tolerance of LINC (Link Is Not Closed), an open source OpenFlow switch, which is written in Erlang programming language, and leverages the built-in features of Erlang to realize a fault-tolerant distributed LINC switch system. Expand
Analysis of Windowing and Peering Schemes for Cache Coherency in Mobile Devices
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A unified mathematical model based on Discrete Markov Models (DMMs) is presented to study the effectiveness of these orthogonal schemes both individually as well as their relative importance when they are implemented together. Expand
A market-based economic model for multi-media object storage and distribution
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This work has devised an integrated framework covering aspects of both data storage and data distribution of multimedia objects, and is object-centric and thus allows providers and users of objects to contribute to the object distribution policies using the same market pricing mechanisms that also govern storage and distribution of the multimedia objects themselves. Expand
Strategies For Object Caching In Large Distributed Systems Using Economic Models
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An object cache replacement algorithm based on EMOD is designed to use both frequency and recency of previous accesses, and to exploit object-specific information to achieve better performance, as well as reducing the server load and thereby increasing scalability of the system. Expand