• Computer Science
  • Published 2004

Feedback-directed Virtualization Techniques for Scalable Network Experimentation

@inproceedings{Hibler2004FeedbackdirectedVT,
  title={Feedback-directed Virtualization Techniques for Scalable Network Experimentation},
  author={Mike Hibler and Robert Ricci and Leigh Stoller and Jonathon Duerig and Shashi Guruprasad and Tim Stack and Kirk Webb and Jay Lepreau},
  year={2004}
}
Network emulation is valuable largely because of its ability to study applications running on real hosts and “somewhat real” networks. However, conservatively allocating a physical host or network link for each corresponding virtual entity is costly and limits scale. We present a system that can faithfully emulate, on relatively low-end PCs, virtual topologies over an order of magnitude larger than the physical hardware, when running typical classes of distributed applications that have modest… CONTINUE READING

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