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Management patterns: SDN-enabled network resilience management

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Management patterns : SDN-enabled network resilience management. / Smith, P.; Schaeffer-Filho, Alberto; Hutchison, David; Mauthe, Andreas.

Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS), 2014 IEEE. IEEE, 2014. p. 1-9.

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Smith, P., Schaeffer-Filho, A., Hutchison, D., & Mauthe, A. (2014). Management patterns: SDN-enabled network resilience management. In Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS), 2014 IEEE (pp. 1-9). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/NOMS.2014.6838323

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Smith, P. ; Schaeffer-Filho, Alberto ; Hutchison, David ; Mauthe, Andreas. / Management patterns : SDN-enabled network resilience management. Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS), 2014 IEEE. IEEE, 2014. pp. 1-9

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abstract = "Software-defined networking provides abstractions and a flexible architecture for the easy configuration of network devices, based on the decoupling of the data and control planes. This separation has the potential to considerably simplify the implementation of resilience functionality (e.g., traffic classification, anomaly detection, traffic shaping) in future networks. Although software-defined networking in general, and OpenFlow as its primary realisation, provide such abstractions, support is still needed for orchestrating a collection of OpenFlow-enabled services that must cooperate to implement network-wide resilience. In this paper, we describe a resilience management framework that can be readily applied to this problem. An important part of the framework are policy-controlled management patterns that describe how to orchestrate individual resilience services, implemented as OpenFlow applications.",
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