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OpenFlow: Enabling Innovation in Campus Networks

OpenFlow: Enabling Innovation in Campus Networks March 14,2008 Nick McKeown Stanford University Tom Anderson University of Washington Hari Balakrishnan MIT Guru Parulkar Stanford University Larry Peterson Princeton University Jennifer Rexford Princeton University Scott Shenker University of ...

OpenFlow Switch Specication

OpenFlow Switch Specication Version1.1.0 Implemented 1 Introduction This document describes the requirements of an OpenFlow Switch. We recommend that you read the latest version of the OpenFlowwhitepaper before reading thisspecication.

Implementing an OpenFlow Switch on the NetFPGA platform

Implementing an OpenFlow Switch on the NetFPGA platform Jad Naous Stanford University California, USA jnaous@stanford. edu David Erickson Stanford University California, USA derickso@stanford.edu G. Adam Covington Stanford University California, USA gcoving@stanford.edu Guido Appenzeller ...

OpenFlow Based Load Balancing

OpenFlow Based Load Balancing Hardeep Uppal and Dane Brandon University of Washington CSE561: Networking Project Report Abstract: In today's high-traffic internet, it is often desirable to have multiple servers representing a single logical destination server to share load.

OpenFlow: The Next Generation in Networking Interoperability ...

OpenFlow: The Next Generation in Networking Interoperability. White Paper. Data centers host the computational power, storage, networking, and applications that form the basis of any modern company.

Introduction to OpenFlow: Bringing Experimental Protocols to ...

Introduction to OpenFlow: Bringing Experimental Protocols to a Network Near You! Chris Tracy, Network Engineer ESnet Engineering Group

Maestro: A System for Scalable OpenFlow Control

Maestro: A System for Scalable OpenFlow Control Zheng Cai Alan L. Cox T. S. Eugene Ng Department of Computer Science Rice University ABSTRACT The fundamental feature of an OpenFlow network is that the

Frenetic: A High-Level Language for OpenFlow Networks

Frenetic: A High-Level Language for OpenFlow Networks Nate Foste r y Rob Harrison MatthewL. Meola MichaelJ. Freedman Jennifer Rexford David Walker y Cornell University Princeton University ABSTRACT Most interfaces for programming network devices are defined at the low level of abstraction ...

OpenTM: Traffic Matrix Estimator for OpenFlow Networks

OpenTM: Traffic Matrix Estimator for OpenFlow Networks Amin Tootoonchian, Monia Ghobadi, Yashar Ganjali {amin,monia,yganjali}@cs.toronto.edu Department of Computer Science

DevoFlow: Scaling Flow Management for High-Performance Networks

OPENFLOW OVERHEADS Flow-based networking involves the control-plane more frequently than traditional networking, and therefore has higher overheads.