Palette: Distributing tables in software-defined networks

@article{Kanizo2013PaletteDT,
  title={Palette: Distributing tables in software-defined networks},
  author={Josef Kanizo and David Hay and Isaac Keslassy},
  journal={2013 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM},
  year={2013},
  pages={545-549}
}
  • Josef Kanizo, David Hay, Isaac Keslassy
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • 2013 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM
  • In software-defined networks (SDNs), the network controller first formulates abstract network-wide policies, and then implements them in the forwarding tables of network switches. However, fast SDN tables often cannot scale beyond a few hundred entries. This is because they typically include wildcards, and therefore are implemented using either expensive and power-hungry TCAMs, or complex and slow data structures. This paper presents the Palette distribution framework for decomposing large SDN… CONTINUE READING

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