faculty: "FNWI" and publication year: "2010"
| Authors||Arthur van Kleef, Marvin Rambhadjan|
|Faculty||Faculty of Science|
|Institute/dept.||FNWI: Instituut voor Informatica|
|Programme||FNWI MSc System and Network Engineering|
|Abstract||The complexity of network administration can be simplified by imple-|
menting control programs that automatically configure network services.
To implement this self-adaptive behaviour we implemented a feedback
control loop in the control plane of a network. An architecture that implements a centralized control program is preferred over a distributed control program, as is the case in most current state of the art network protocols. The OpenFlow Switching Consortium defines an architecture that uses a centralized control program and also allows network operators to configure the control plane to their wishes. The programmability of the control plane makes OpenFlow well suited for the implementation of self-adaptive behaviour. We implemented a test bed based on OpenFlow to develop control programs and show how self-adaptive control programs can be written in this environment.
|Document type|| scriptie master|
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