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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: An Architecture For Adaptation Of Virtual Networks On Clouds
Author: Senna C.R.
Soares Jr. M.A.
Bittencourt L.F.
Madeira E.R.M.
Abstract: Virtual networks are a new research topic advocated to increase flexibility, manageability and isolation in the Internet. However they introduce many open issues to become practical in real scenarios. On the other hand, cloud computing provides elasticity, where availability scales up on demand, with resources being offered frequently as virtualized services over the Internet. The use of virtual networks as a mechanism in cloud computing can aggregate traffic isolation, improving security and facilitating pricing. Also, it allows us to act in cases where the performance is not in accordance with the contract for services between the customer and the provider of the cloud. In this paper we propose an architecture for the deployment of clouds over virtualized networks. In addition, we experimentally evaluate how the virtual network manager can benefit from different virtual network configurations to improve users' quality of service. © 2011 IEEE.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1109/LANOMS.2011.6102262
Date Issue: 2011
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