Service Function Chaining & IPv6 Segment Routing in SDN-based Networks

Service Function Chaining & IPv6 Segment Routing in SDN-based Networks

Mohammad Shojafar

Mohammad Shojafar

Roma, Lazio

Providing a solution for service function chaining using IPv6 segment routing (which is currently implemented in Linux kernel). We provide a

Artificial Intelligence, Networking, Internet of Things

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Service Function Chaining (SFC) is the problem of deploying a chain of network services (such as IDS, firewall, and NAT) with respect to the traffic flow requirements. Furthermore, software-defined networking (SDN) provides a powerful infrastructure that significantly reduces the management complexity and infrastructure cost while increases the flexibility of providing the network services. On the other hand, although reducing the energy consumption is a challenging part of SFC, green strategies such as energy-aware routing, should not negatively impact the quality of services. In this project, we plan to address the SFC appliance in NFV and SDN by taking into account the resource (re)allocation architecture which enables energy-aware SFC for SDN-based networks.

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Service Function Chaining & IPv6 Segment Routing in SDN-based Networks

Service Function Chaining (SFC) is the problem of deploying a chain of network services (such as IDS, firewall, and NAT) with respect to the traffic flow requirements. Furthermore, software-defined networking (SDN) provides a powerful infrastructure that significantly reduces the management complexity and infrastructure cost while increases the flexibility of providing the network services. On the other hand, although reducing the energy consumption is a challenging part of SFC, green strategies such as energy-aware routing, should not negatively impact the quality of services. In this project, we plan to address the SFC appliance in NFV and SDN by taking into account the resource (re)allocation architecture which enables energy-aware SFC for SDN-based networks.

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