Workload-aware request routing in cloud data center using software-defined networking

@article{Yuan2015WorkloadawareRR,
  title={Workload-aware request routing in cloud data center using software-defined networking},
  author={Haitao Yuan and Jing Bi and Bo Hu Li},
  journal={Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={151-160}
}
  • Haitao Yuan, J. Bi, B. Li
  • Published 20 March 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics
Large latency of applications will bring revenue loss to cloud infrastructure providers in cloud data center. The ex- isting controllers of software-defined networking architecture can fetch and process traffic information in network. Therefore, the controllers can only optimize the network latency of applications. However, the serving latency of applications is also an important factor in delivered user-experience for arrival requests. Unintel- ligent request routing will cause large serving… 

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