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by Oleg Sadov last modified Dec 12, 2013 03:09 PM
EVALUATION OF THE STORAGE AREA NETWORK DEVELOPED WITH SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKS OPENFLOW APPROACH by Oleg Sadov — last modified Jan 20, 2016 11:10 AM
Published in Digital scientific magazine «Modern problems of science and education» Abstract: Here it is described a study of possibilities to build up and test the performance of the software defined network (SDN) segments. The applicability of the SDN for data centers and the distributed storage systems. We describe experiments on stress testing of the storage area networks with the use of NOX controller and various software and hardware OpenFlow switches. A check on the possibility of processing bulk client requests, measured response delay, carried out experiments to simulate the operation of data center with 64 switches and 100 thousands hosts. The comparative results of the effectiveness of specific mechanisms implementing QoS are presented. The main problems of existing implementations of OpenFlow SDN components identified during the work and recommendations on possible ways to address them are described. Khoruzhnikov S.E., Chugreev D.A., Titov V.B., Sadov O.L., Kairkanov A.B., Grudinin V.A., Vlasov D.V., Shevel A.E., Shkrebets A.E., Soms L.N. National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics
THE PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOOLS TO MANAGE THE NETWORK RESOURCES AND DATA FLOWS WITH OPENFLOW SOFTWARE-DEFINED NETWORK by Oleg Sadov — last modified Jan 20, 2016 11:11 AM
Published in Digital scientific magazine «Modern problems of science and education» Abstract: The purpose of the study are software-defined network (SDN) OpenFlow and effectiveness of their approach to build a network storage. Here we present the study how to build up and study of operating characteristics of software-configurable networks. Prototyping tools for managing network resources and data flows on the basis of the SDN are described. The estimation of the SDN approach for data centers (DC) and the distributed storage systems is observed. We describe experiments with various modifications of OpenFlow controller NOX and set out the specifics of the use of various software and hardware OpenFlow switches. We provide comparative performance results of specific QoS methods. A description of the main problems of existing implementations of OpenFlow SDN components identified during the research, and recommendations on possible ways to address them are provided. Authors: Khoruzhnikov S.E., Chugreev D.A., Titov V.B., Sadov O.L., Kairkanov A.B., Grudinin V.A., Vlasov D.V., Shevel A.E., Shkrebets A.E., Soms L.N. National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics
File OpenFlow SDN testbed for Storage Area Network by Oleg Sadov — last modified Jul 14, 2014 01:46 AM
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OpenFlow SDN testbed for Storage Area Network by Arsen Kairkanov — last modified Jan 03, 2015 10:10 AM
Conference: «Innovative Networking Technologies: SDN & NFV – The Next Generation of Computational Infrastructure» Lomonosov Moscow State University - October 27-29, 2014. Published in Proceedenigs of the conference. http://sdiconf.com/files/SDI_Proceedings_2014.pdf Authors: Oleg L. Sadov, Vladimir A. Grudinin, Andrey Y. Shevel, Dmitry V. Vlasov, Sergey E. Khoruzhnikov, Alexander E. Shkrebets, Vladmir B. Titov, Arsen B. Kairkanov.
File Development of An Ecology-oriented SDN Framework by Chandra Satriana — last modified Aug 25, 2016 04:20 PM
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Software-defined subcarrier wave quantum networking operated by OpenFlow protocol by Oleg Sadov — last modified Oct 06, 2017 11:03 AM
Future practical implementation of secure quantum communication technology in a multiuser network environment would require automatic monitoring of the optical link condition and quantum system parameters, along with adjusting them in real time according to protocol restrictions. We demonstrate how software-defined networking (SDN) paradigm can be used for addressing this problem on the example of a subcarrier wave quantum communication system, which is promising for network applications. We propose a novel approach to dynamic quantum network routing and communication security based on SDN OpenFlow protocol. SDN-operated dynamic switching between different data encryption methods, quantum or classic, will enable to organize virtual encoding channels with an ability to set the required Quality of Service level for security/bandwidth. These developments will further increase the feasibility of quantum technologies from the network perspective and contribute to bringing them to industrial scale.
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