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Demonstrating resilient quality of service in software defined networking

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Software defined Networking (SDN) such as Open-Flow decouples the control plane from forwarding devices and embeds it into one or more external entities called controllers. We implemented a framework in OpenFlow through which business customers receive higher Quality of Service (QoS) than best-effort customers in all conditions (e. g. failure conditions). In the demonstration, we stream video clips (business and best-effort customer's traffic) through an emulated OpenFlow topology. During the demonstration, we trigger a failure in the paths of video clips and show an effectively higher QoS for business customers when compared against best-effort customers. This is demonstrated by simply watching the video clips at the receiver.
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Sharma, Sachin et al. “Demonstrating Resilient Quality of Service in Software Defined Networking.” IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops. IEEE, 2014. 133–134. Print.
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Sharma, Sachin, Staessens, D., Colle, D., Palma, D., Goncalves, J., Pickavet, M., Cordeiro, L., et al. (2014). Demonstrating resilient quality of service in software defined networking. IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops (pp. 133–134). Presented at the IEEE Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM), IEEE.
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Sharma, Sachin, Dimitri Staessens, Didier Colle, D Palma, J Goncalves, Mario Pickavet, L Cordeiro, and Piet Demeester. 2014. “Demonstrating Resilient Quality of Service in Software Defined Networking.” In IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops, 133–134. IEEE.
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Sharma, Sachin, Dimitri Staessens, Didier Colle, D Palma, J Goncalves, Mario Pickavet, L Cordeiro, and Piet Demeester. 2014. “Demonstrating Resilient Quality of Service in Software Defined Networking.” In IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops, 133–134. IEEE.
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Sharma S, Staessens D, Colle D, Palma D, Goncalves J, Pickavet M, et al. Demonstrating resilient quality of service in software defined networking. IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops. IEEE; 2014. p. 133–4.
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S. Sharma et al., “Demonstrating resilient quality of service in software defined networking,” in IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops, Toronto, Canada, 2014, pp. 133–134.
@inproceedings{5732960,
  abstract     = {Software defined Networking (SDN) such as Open-Flow decouples the control plane from forwarding devices and embeds it into one or more external entities called controllers. We implemented a framework in OpenFlow through which business customers receive higher Quality of Service (QoS) than best-effort customers in all conditions (e. g. failure conditions). In the demonstration, we stream video clips (business and best-effort customer's traffic) through an emulated OpenFlow topology. During the demonstration, we trigger a failure in the paths of video clips and show an effectively higher QoS for business customers when compared against best-effort customers. This is demonstrated by simply watching the video clips at the receiver.},
  author       = {Sharma, Sachin and Staessens, Dimitri and Colle, Didier and Palma, D and Goncalves, J and Pickavet, Mario and Cordeiro, L and Demeester, Piet},
  booktitle    = {IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops},
  isbn         = {9781479930883},
  issn         = {2159-4228},
  keywords     = {IBCN},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Toronto, Canada},
  pages        = {133--134},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Demonstrating resilient quality of service in software defined networking},
  year         = {2014},
}

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