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Towards Optimal Placement of Monitoring Units in Time-varying Networks under Centralized Control

Key:KHRS18
Author:Sounak Kar, Rhaban Hark, Amr Rizk, Ralf Steinmetz
Date:February 2018
Kind:In proceedings - use for conference & workshop papers
Publisher:Springer
Organization:International GI/ITG Conference, MMB 2018 Erlangen, Germany, February 26–28, 2018 Proceedings
Address:Erlangen, Germany
Book title:Measurement, Modelling and Evaluation of Computing Systems
Editor:Reinhard German, Kai-Steffen Hielscher, Udo R. Krieger (Eds.)
Number:19th
Pages:99-112
Volume:Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 10740
ISBN:978-3-319-74946-4
Language:English
Keywords:Software Defined Networking, Flow Size Distributions
Research Area(s):Network Mechanisms & QoS
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Abstract:The increasing penetration of software-defined communication networks with centralized control has made network management a highly demanding task. Common monitoring approaches in the context of such convoluted high-speed networks have become a serious challenge in terms of complexity and resource management. Management functions rely on monitoring information such as the flow size distribution (FSD), to perform crucial activities such as load balancing and resource provisioning. In this paper, we propose a solution as to how one can utilize limited monitoring resources to estimate the FSD for distinct flows characterized by origin-destination pairs. We provide a method to dynamically adapt placement of monitoring units with some extracted knowledge about the change in FSD’s with time.
URL:https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-74947-1_7
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