Frenetic: a high-level language for OpenFlow networks

@inproceedings{Foster2010FreneticAH,
  title={Frenetic: a high-level language for OpenFlow networks},
  author={Nate Foster and Michael J. Freedman and Rob Harrison and Jennifer Rexford and Matthew L. Meola and David Walker},
  booktitle={PRESTO '10},
  year={2010}
}
Most interfaces for programming network devices are defined at the low level of abstraction supported by the underlying hardware, which leads to complicated programs that are prone to errors. This paper proposes a high-level programming language for OpenFlow networks based on ideas originally developed in the functional programming community. Our language, called Frenetic, includes a rich pattern algebra for classifying packets, a "program like you see every packet" abstraction, and a run-time… CONTINUE READING
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