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.
Software-Defined Networks: a systematic approach to the development of research in Computer Networks
Mini-course pubished at SBRC providing an overview on Software Defined Networks (SDN) with practical examples and applicabilities.
End-to-end Arguments in System Design
This paper presents the end-to-end argument, which comprehends most network applications and plays an important part in balancing the tradeoffs between low and high-level implementations.
The Design Philosophy of the DARPA Internet Protocols
Paper from 1988 by David Clark, demonstrating the main motivations behind the early internet protocols design.