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Technology-related disasters: a survey towards disaster-resilient software defined networks

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  • Carmen Mas Machuca
  • Stefano Secci
  • Petra Vizaretta
  • Fernando Kuipers
  • Antonios Gouglidis
  • David Hutchison
  • Simon Jouet
  • Dimitrios Pezaros
  • Ahmed Elmokashfi
  • Poul Heegaard
  • Sasko Ristov
  • Marjan Gusev
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Publication date13/09/2016
Host publicationResilient Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM), 2016 8th International Workshop on
PublisherIEEE
Pages35-42
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)9781467390231
ISBN (Print)9781467390248
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Abstract

Resilience against disaster scenarios is essential to network operators, not only because of the potential economic impact of a disaster but also because communication networks form the basis of crisis management. COST RECODIS aims at studying measures, rules, techniques and prediction mechanisms for different disaster scenarios. This paper gives an overview of different solutions in the context of technology-related disasters. After a general overview, the paper focuses on resilient Software Defined Networks.

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