Dynamic Resource Provisioning of a Scalable E2E Network Slicing Orchestration System

  title={Dynamic Resource Provisioning of a Scalable E2E Network Slicing Orchestration System},
  author={Ibrahim Afolabi and Jonathan Prados-Garzon and Miloud Bagaa and Tarik Taleb and Pablo Ameigeiras},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing},
Network slicing allows different applications and network services to be deployed on virtualized resources running on a common underlying physical infrastructure. Developing a scalable system for the orchestration of end-to-end (E2E) mobile network slices requires careful planning and very reliable algorithms. In this paper, we propose a novel E2E Network Slicing Orchestration System (NSOS) and a Dynamic Auto-Scaling Algorithm (DASA) for it. Our NSOS relies strongly on the foundation of a… 
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