DLG-Hypertree: A Low-Diameter, Server-centric Datacenter Network Architecture

@article{Gui2015DLGHypertreeAL,
  title={DLG-Hypertree: A Low-Diameter, Server-centric Datacenter Network Architecture},
  author={Lin Gui and Rui Shen and Y. Yu and Dawei Feng and Yu-xing Peng and W. Liu},
  journal={2015 IEEE 8th International Conference on Cloud Computing},
  year={2015},
  pages={1077-1080}
}
  • Lin Gui, Rui Shen, +3 authors W. Liu
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • 2015 IEEE 8th International Conference on Cloud Computing
The architecture of data center networks (DCN) is critical to the performance of cloud computing. Hyper tree is a novel interconnection structure which assures low diameter as well as high fault tolerance. We utilize the "distributed line graph" (DLG) technique on hyper tree to design an efficient DCN architecture, called DLG-Hyper tree (DH). We implement a prototype of DH using the Owlet language. The effectiveness of DH is demonstrated through simulation and evaluation on the prototype of DH. 

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