TCP Slow Start, Congestion Avoidance, Fast Retransmit, and Fast Recovery Algorithms
Summary of the RFC 2001, discussing the TCP mechanisms to handle package transmissions during network congestion.
Congestion avoidance and control
Paper presenting an efficient algorithm for network congestion avoidance and control, as a response to the first Internet congestion collapses that happened back in 1986.
Analysis of the Increase and Decrease Algorithms for Congestion Avoidance in Computer Networks
Summary of the paper published in 1989 presenting different algorithms for Congestion Avoidance in computer networks.
Efficient virtual network isolation in multi-tenant data centers on commodity ethernet switches
This paper presents LANES, a system that provides network isolation for multi-tenant data center environments.
P4: Programming Protocol-Independent Packet Processors
Programming language designed for protocol and target independence allowing programmers to define packet processors in SDN environments.
B4: Experience with a Globally-Deployed Software-Defined WAN
Paper presenting Google's private WAN connecting its data centers through an SDN solution, allowing near 100% of hardware utilization.
Software Defined Traffic Measurement with OpenSketch
This paper presents a measurement architecture and prototype API for software-defined networks. It provides programmable measurement task implementations while maintaining high memory accuracy.
Ethanol: Software Defined Networking for 802.11 Wireless Networks
This paper presents Ethanol, an SDN architecture for dense wireless networks, enabling vendor-agnostic service-aware control algorithms and network-wide control of QoS, user mobility, and access point virtualization.
SoftRAN: Software-Defined Radio Access Network
Current distributed control plane for RANs are suboptimal on managing resources of dense wireless networks. SoftRAN presents as a software-defined, fundamental rethink of the radio access layer.
BPFabric: Data Plane Programmability for Software-Defined Networks
Paper published at IEEE Xplore presenting a new protocol for allowing increased programmability for software-defined networks data plane.