Optimizing rule placement in software-defined networks for energy-aware routing

  title={Optimizing rule placement in software-defined networks for energy-aware routing},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Giroire and Joanna Moulierac and Truong Khoa Phan},
  journal={2014 IEEE Global Communications Conference},
Software-defined Networks (SDN), in particular OpenFlow, is a new networking paradigm enabling innovation through network programmability. Over past few years, many applications have been built using SDN such as server load balancing, virtual-machine migration, traffic engineering and access control. In this paper, we focus on using SDN for energy-aware routing (EAR). Since traffic load has a small influence on power consumption of routers, EAR allows to put unused links into sleep mode to save… CONTINUE READING
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