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With the proliferation of cloud computing and virtual machine technologies, MapReduce applications are increasingly deployed in clouds to leverage the full potential of cloud computing environments. However, the MapReduce, which is generally used for processing large amount of data, suffers from the I/O virtualization overheads and resource competitions(More)
With dynamic networking environment demands from Internet applications and services, network operators are adopting software-based infrastructure and functions. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) promise increased flexibility and agility for their networks. Accordingly, the SDN and NFV performance benchmarking(More)
In the Network Function Virtualization (NFV) architecture, Network Service Chaining (NSC) is consisted in a certain order of network elements so that it can provide flexible network services to users. Due to the complexity of network infrastructure, creating a service chain requires high operation cost especially in carrier-grade network service providers(More)
With the advances of cloud computing and virtualization technologies, running MapReduce applications over clouds has been attracting more and more attention in recent years. However, as a fundamental problem, the performance of MapReduce applications can sometimes be severely degraded due to the overheads from I/O virtualization and resource competitions(More)
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