Presentation 2007-11-16
Technology Trends in Network Virtualization
Akihiro NAKAO,
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Abstract(in English) In general, "virtualization" is a technique to make a physical computational resource appear as multiple logical ones. This technique gives multiple users an illusion that each of them may isolate the resource to herself and utilize it transparently to the other users. Recently, "network virtualization" technique-making a shared physical infrastructure network look like multiple logical networks-has been put forth to enable experimental validation of clean slate designs of new generation networks, since through the network virtualization, one can construct, deploy, and evaluate multiple network architectures on the shared infrastructure. This talk outlines the recent research trends in the technology of network virtualization and discusses its purposes, applications, and problems to solve. Especially, it poses a question as to whether network virtualization, which emerged from the experimental facility perspective, could be part of or at the core of future network architecture.
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Keyword(in English) Virtualization / Test-beds / New Generation Network / Overlay Networks
Paper # NS2007-99,CQ2007-79,TM2007-40
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Conference Date 2007/11/8(1days)
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Title (in English) Technology Trends in Network Virtualization
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Keyword(1) Virtualization
Keyword(2) Test-beds
Keyword(3) New Generation Network
Keyword(4) Overlay Networks
1st Author's Name Akihiro NAKAO
1st Author's Affiliation Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo:New Generation Network Research Center National Institute of Information and Communications Technology()
Date 2007-11-16
Paper # NS2007-99,CQ2007-79,TM2007-40
Volume (vol) vol.107
Number (no) 312
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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