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P. U-chupala, K. Ichikawa, P. Uthayopas, S. Date, and H. Abe, "Evaluation of Bandwidth and Latency Aware Routing Using Openflow," PRAGMA 27 Workshop, Poster, October 2014.
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分類 研究会・全国大会等
タグ aware bandwidth evaluation latency openflow routing
表題 (title) Evaluation of Bandwidth and Latency Aware Routing Using Openflow
表題 (英文) Evaluation of Bandwidth and Latency Aware Routing Using Openflow
著者名 (author) Pongsakorn U-chupala,Kohei Ichikawa,Putchong Uthayopas,Susumu Date,Hirotake Abe
英文著者名 (author) Pongsakorn U-chupala,Kohei Ichikawa,Putchong Uthayopas,Susumu Date,Hirotake Abe
キー (key) Pongsakorn U-chupala,Kohei Ichikawa,Putchong Uthayopas,Susumu Date,Hirotake Abe
刊行月 (month) 10
出版年 (year) 2014
刊行形式 (howpublished) PRAGMA 27 Workshop, Poster
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内容梗概 (abstract) With Software-defined Networking (SDN) [1], it is possible to dynamically control routes (flows) in the network. Using an SDN implementation such as OpenFlow [2], it is now possible to implement application-aware networking without being limited by traditional paradigm of network analysis, which relied on line-rate packet analysis. [3]

Bandwidth and latency aware routing is a technique which utilizes the aforementioned property of SDN to realize adaptive network for better network performance in term of both bandwidth and latency [4]. However, the practicality of bandwidth and latency aware network remains questionable, as there is no real implementation available. To fill in this gap, we implemented Overseer, bandwidth and latency aware OpenFlow controller, using POX.

In this work, we evaluate Overseer to confirm the eligibility and feasibility of bandwidth and latency aware network. The evaluation is divided into 3 phases: emulation using Mininet, experiment using virtual environment and future evaluation plan using PRAGMA-ENT [5] testbed.

The objective of the emulation phase is to confirm that our implementation meets functionality requirements and able to select the most appropriate route. After confirming that Overseer works properly, we moved on to experiment phase. The objective of this phase is to evaluate performance of bandwidth and latency aware network compared to traditional network. Finally, we plan to test Overseer with PRAGMA-ENT, multi-site OpenFlow testbed that is currently in development. This phase of the evaluation will be performed as soon as PRAGMA-ENT is ready.

[1] https://www.opennetworking.org/sdn-resources/sdn-definition
[2] N. McKeown and T. Anderson, “OpenFlow: enabling innovation in campus networks,” ACM SIGCOMM Comput. Commun. Rev., vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 69–74, 2008.
[3] B. Koldehofe and F. Dürr, “The power of software-defined networking: line-rate content-based routing using OpenFlow,” in MW4NG ’12 Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Middleware for Next Generation Internet Computing, 2012, pp. 1–6.
[4] P. U-chupala, K. Ichikawa, P. Uthayopas, S. Date, and H. Abe, “Designing of SDN-Assisted Bandwidth and Latency Aware Route Allocation,” in Summer United Workshops on Parallel, Distributed and Cooperative Processing (SWoPP ), 2014.
[5] http://www.pragma-grid.net/expeditions.php

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@misc{id251,
         title = {Evaluation of Bandwidth and Latency Aware Routing using OpenFlow},
        author = {Pongsakorn U-chupala and Kohei Ichikawa and Putchong Uthayopas and Susumu Date and Hirotake Abe},
         month = {10},
          year = {2014},
    howpublished = {PRAGMA 27 Workshop, Poster},
}