VSITE: A scalable and secure architecture for seamless L2 enterprise extension in the cloud

@article{Li2010VSITEAS,
  title={VSITE: A scalable and secure architecture for seamless L2 enterprise extension in the cloud},
  author={Li Erran Li and Thomas Woo},
  journal={2010 6th IEEE Workshop on Secure Network Protocols},
  year={2010},
  pages={31-36}
}
This paper presents an end-to-end architecture, called VSITE, for seamless integration of cloud resources into an enterprise's intranet at layer 2. VSITE allows a cloud provider to carve out its resources to serve multiple enterprises simultaneously while maintaining isolation and security. Resources (allocated to an enterprise) in the cloud provider appears "internal" to the enterprise. VSITE achieves this abstraction through the use of VPN technologies, the assignment of different VLANs to… CONTINUE READING

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