Routing Algorithms for Recursively-Defined Data Centre Networks

  title={Routing Algorithms for Recursively-Defined Data Centre Networks},
  author={Alejandro Erickson and Abbas Eslami Kiasari and Javier Navaridas and Iain A. Stewart},
  journal={2015 IEEE Trustcom/BigDataSE/ISPA},
The server-centric data centre network architecture can accommodate a wide variety of network topologies. Newly proposed topologies in this arena often require several rounds of analysis and experimentation in order that they might achieve their full potential as data centre networks. We propose a family of novel routing algorithms on two well-known data centre networks of this type, (Generalized) DCell and FiConn, using techniques that can be applied more generally to the class of networks we… 

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