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Innovations In Software Defined Networking And Network Functions Virtualization

Author : Dumka, Ankur
ISBN : 9781522536413
Genre : Computers
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The advancement of technology is a standard of modern daily life, whether it be the release of a new cellphone, computer, or a self-driving car. Due to this constant advancement, the networks on which these technologies operate must advance as well. Innovations in Software-Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualization is a critical scholarly publication that observes the advances made in network infrastructure through achieving cost efficacy while maintaining maximum flexibility for the formation and operation of these networks. Featuring coverage on a broad selection of topics, such as software-defined storage, openflow controller, and storage virtualization, this publication is geared toward professionals, computer engineers, academicians, students, and researchers seeking current and relevant research on the advancements made to network infrastructures.
Category: Computers

Handbook Of Computer Networks And Cyber Security

Author : Brij B. Gupta
ISBN : 9783030222772
Genre : Computers
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This handbook introduces the basic principles and fundamentals of cyber security towards establishing an understanding of how to protect computers from hackers and adversaries. The highly informative subject matter of this handbook, includes various concepts, models, and terminologies along with examples and illustrations to demonstrate substantial technical details of the field. It motivates the readers to exercise better protection and defense mechanisms to deal with attackers and mitigate the situation. This handbook also outlines some of the exciting areas of future research where the existing approaches can be implemented. Exponential increase in the use of computers as a means of storing and retrieving security-intensive information, requires placement of adequate security measures to safeguard the entire computing and communication scenario. With the advent of Internet and its underlying technologies, information security aspects are becoming a prime concern towards protecting the networks and the cyber ecosystem from variety of threats, which is illustrated in this handbook. This handbook primarily targets professionals in security, privacy and trust to use and improve the reliability of businesses in a distributed manner, as well as computer scientists and software developers, who are seeking to carry out research and develop software in information and cyber security. Researchers and advanced-level students in computer science will also benefit from this reference.
Category: Computers

Developing Networks Using Artificial Intelligence

Author : Haipeng Yao
ISBN : 9783030150280
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 68.96 MB
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This book mainly discusses the most important issues in artificial intelligence-aided future networks, such as applying different ML approaches to investigate solutions to intelligently monitor, control and optimize networking. The authors focus on four scenarios of successfully applying machine learning in network space. It also discusses the main challenge of network traffic intelligent awareness and introduces several machine learning-based traffic awareness algorithms, such as traffic classification, anomaly traffic identification and traffic prediction. The authors introduce some ML approaches like reinforcement learning to deal with network control problem in this book. Traditional works on the control plane largely rely on a manual process in configuring forwarding, which cannot be employed for today's network conditions. To address this issue, several artificial intelligence approaches for self-learning control strategies are introduced. In addition, resource management problems are ubiquitous in the networking field, such as job scheduling, bitrate adaptation in video streaming and virtual machine placement in cloud computing. Compared with the traditional with-box approach, the authors present some ML methods to solve the complexity network resource allocation problems. Finally, semantic comprehension function is introduced to the network to understand the high-level business intent in this book. With Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), 5th Generation Wireless Systems (5G) development, the global network is undergoing profound restructuring and transformation. However, with the improvement of the flexibility and scalability of the networks, as well as the ever-increasing complexity of networks, makes effective monitoring, overall control, and optimization of the network extremely difficult. Recently, adding intelligence to the control plane through AI&ML become a trend and a direction of network development This book's expected audience includes professors, researchers, scientists, practitioners, engineers, industry managers, and government research workers, who work in the fields of intelligent network. Advanced-level students studying computer science and electrical engineering will also find this book useful as a secondary textbook.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Software Defined Mobile Networks Sdmn

Author : Madhusanka Liyanage
ISBN : 9781118900284
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book describes the concept of a Software Defined Mobile Network (SDMN), which will impact the network architecture of current LTE (3GPP) networks. SDN will also open up new opportunities for traffic, resource and mobility management, as well as impose new challenges on network security. Therefore, the book addresses the main affected areas such as traffic, resource and mobility management, virtualized traffics transportation, network management, network security and techno economic concepts. Moreover, a complete introduction to SDN and SDMN concepts. Furthermore, the reader will be introduced to cutting-edge knowledge in areas such as network virtualization, as well as SDN concepts relevant to next generation mobile networks. Finally, by the end of the book the reader will be familiar with the feasibility and opportunities of SDMN concepts, and will be able to evaluate the limits of performance and scalability of these new technologies while applying them to mobile broadb and networks.
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Software Defined Networks

Author : Paul Goransson
ISBN : 9780124166844
Genre : Computers
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Software Defined Networks discusses the historical networking environment that gave rise to SDN, as well as the latest advances in SDN technology. The book gives you the state of the art knowledge needed for successful deployment of an SDN, including: How to explain to the non-technical business decision makers in your organization the potential benefits, as well as the risks, in shifting parts of a network to the SDN model How to make intelligent decisions about when to integrate SDN technologies in a network How to decide if your organization should be developing its own SDN applications or looking to acquire these from an outside vendor How to accelerate the ability to develop your own SDN application, be it entirely novel or a more efficient approach to a long-standing problem Discusses the evolution of the switch platforms that enable SDN Addresses when to integrate SDN technologies in a network Provides an overview of sample SDN applications relevant to different industries Includes practical examples of how to write SDN applications
Category: Computers

Wireless Communications Networks For The Smart Grid

Author : Quang-Dung Ho
ISBN : 9783319103471
Genre : Computers
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This brief presents a comprehensive review of the network architecture and communication technologies of the smart grid communication network (SGCN). It then studies the strengths, weaknesses and applications of two promising wireless mesh routing protocols that could be used to implement the SGCN. Packet transmission reliability, latency and robustness of these two protocols are evaluated and compared by simulations in various practical SGCN scenarios. Finally, technical challenges and open research opportunities of the SGCN are addressed. Wireless Communications Networks for Smart Grid provides communication network architects and engineers with valuable proven suggestions to successfully implement the SGCN. Advanced-level students studying computer science or electrical engineering will also find the content helpful.
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Virtualization Enabled Adaptive Routing For Qos Aware Software Defined Networks

Author : Alba Xifra Porxas
ISBN : OCLC:1120514417
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[ANGLÈS] Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has been recognized as the next-generation networking paradigm. It is a fast-evolving technology that decouples the network data plane, which are the network devices that forward traffic, from the network control plane, which is the software logic that controls ultimately how traffic is forwarded through the network. A logically centralized controller is responsible for all the control decisions and communication among the forwarding elements. It allows to control the network behavior from a single high level control program. However, Software-Defined Networks use many of its network resources inefficiently, which leads to over-loading network links, congestion in the queues and end-to-end packet delays. Consequently, it becomes clear that routing decisions affect the overall performance of a communication's network. Performance is determined in terms of Quality of Service guarantees, i.e. throughput, average packet delay, jitter and losses. Thus, a QoS-aware routing algorithm is required. Current traffic engineering techniques and state-of-the-art routing algorithms do not effectively use the merits of SDNs, such as global centralized visibility, real-time fast decisions, control and data plane decoupling, network management simplification and portability. In this thesis, we developed two new QoS-aware routing algorithms that exploit the advantages that SDN brings to improve the network performance. Two different scenarios have been studied: a centralized and a distributed models. The centralized scenario simplifies the management of complex flows and the customization, but scalability issues arise. In contrast, the distributed scenario is more scalable, but there may be state inconsistency and increase of shared information. In general, a centralized approach is better for data centers or home networks, whereas a distributed approach is better for large scale networks, e.g. cloud environments. First, the centralized SDN controller model is discussed, for which a multi-tenancy management framework is proposed to fulfill the quality-of-services (QoSs) requirements through tenant isolation, prioritization and flow allocation. A network virtualization algorithm is provided to isolate and prioritize tenants from different clients. Furthermore, a novel routing scheme, called QoS-aware Virtualization-enabled Routing (QVR), is presented. It combines the proposed virtualization technique and a QoS-aware framework to enable flow allocation with respect to different tenant applications. Simulation results confirm that the proposed QVR algorithm surpasses the conventional algorithms with less traffic congestion and packet delay. This facilitates reliable and efficient data transportation in generalized SDNs. Therefore, it yields to service performance improvement for numerous applications and enhancement of client isolation. Second, a distributed SDN controller model is analyzed. The network is divided into different clusters, and hierarchically split in two levels. This architecture leads to smaller sizes of routing tables in the switches, and substantially lesser calculations and updates of routing tables from the controller. Moreover, a new algorithm is developed, called QoS-aware Reinforcement Learning Routing (QRLR), where reinforcement learning is applied to the routing problem. The modeling of the reward function calculation solution allows the customization of the different requirements for each type of traffic, thus providing flexibility and adaptability to different flows and its requirements.
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Information Security

Author : Sherman S.M. Chow
ISBN : 9783319132570
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Information Security, ISC 2014, held in Hong Kong, China, in October 2014. The 20 revised full papers presented together with 16 short papers and two invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 106 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on public-key encryption, authentication, symmetric key cryptography, zero-knowledge proofs and arguments, outsourced and multi-party computations, implementation, information leakage, firewall and forensics, Web security, and android security.
Category: Computers

Cognitive Radio Software Defined Radio And Adaptive Wireless Systems

Author : Hüseyin Arslan
ISBN : 9781402055416
Genre : Computers
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Today’s wireless services have come a long way since the roll out of the conventional voice-centric cellular systems. The demand for wireless access in voice and high rate data multi-media applications has been increasing. New generation wireless communication systems are aimed at accommodating this demand through better resource management and improved transmission technologies. The interest in increasing Spectrum Access and improving Spectrum Efficiency combined with both the introduction of Software Defined Radios and the realization that machine learning can be applied to radios has created new intriguing possibilities for wireless radio researchers. This book is aimed to discuss the cognitive radio, software defined radio (SDR), and adaptive radio concepts from several aspects. Cognitive radio and cognitive networks will be investigated from a broad aspect of wireless communication system enhancement while giving special emphasis on better spectrum utilization. Applications of cognitive radio, SDR and cognitive radio architectures, spectrum efficiency and soft spectrum usage, adaptive wireless system design, measurements and awareness of various parameters including interference temperature and geo-location information are some of the important topics that will be covered in this book. Cognitive Radio, Software Defined Radio, and Adaptive Wireless Systems is intended to be both an introductory technology survey/tutorial for beginners and an advanced mathematical overview intended for technical professionals in the communications industry, technical managers, and researchers in both academia and industry.
Category: Computers

Technologies For The Wireless Future

Author : Wireless World Research Forum
ISBN : UVA:X004810013
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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See the future through the vision of the Wireless World Research Forum. Technologies for the Wireless Future, the result of pioneering cooperative work of many academic and industrial researchers from WWRF, provides a wide picture of the research challenges for the future wireless world. Despite much emphasis on hard technology, the user is certainly not forgotten as this book provides an all-encompassing treatment of future wireless technologies ranging from user centred design processes and I-centric communications to end-to-end econfigurability and short-range wireless networks. The content will have a wide-ranging appeal to engineers, researchers, managers and students with interest on future of wireless. "An important publication that highlights the significance of WWRF to the wireless industry. Rarely has one publication covered the whole spectrum of future wireless technologies from human sciences to radio interface technologies, highlighting the research work done both in academic and the business worlds." Tero Ojanperä, Senior Vice President, Head of Nokia Research Center "Provides an excellent overview about the future development of mobile and wireless communication. Starting from a user centric approach and the service infrastructure, a reference model and roadmaps are being built up. This book presents useful and necessary information to all, who are involved in research and development, strategy and standardisation activities towards future systems." Anton Schaaf, CTO and Member of the executive board Siemens COM "The WWRF should be commended for taking an approach that defines technology requirements from a user perspective. This publication makes an important contribution to defining the technologies that will be most relevant to future wireless communications." Padmasree Warrior, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer Motorola
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Guide To Security In Sdn And Nfv

Author : Shao Ying Zhu
ISBN : 9783319646534
Genre : Computers
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This book highlights the importance of security in the design, development and deployment of systems based on Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), together referred to as SDNFV. Presenting a comprehensive guide to the application of security mechanisms in the context of SDNFV, the content spans fundamental theory, practical solutions, and potential applications in future networks. Topics and features: introduces the key security challenges of SDN, NFV and Cloud Computing, providing a detailed tutorial on NFV security; discusses the issue of trust in SDN/NFV environments, covering roots of trust services, and proposing a technique to evaluate trust by exploiting remote attestation; reviews a range of specific SDNFV security solutions, including a DDoS detection and remediation framework, and a security policy transition framework for SDN; describes the implementation of a virtual home gateway, and a project that combines dynamic security monitoring with big-data analytics to detect network-wide threats; examines the security implications of SDNFV in evolving and future networks, from network-based threats to Industry 4.0 machines, to the security requirements for 5G; investigates security in the Observe, Orient, Decide and Act (OODA) paradigm, and proposes a monitoring solution for a Named Data Networking (NDN) architecture; includes review questions in each chapter, to test the reader’s understanding of each of the key concepts described. This informative and practical volume is an essential resource for researchers interested in the potential of SDNFV systems to address a broad range of network security challenges. The work will also be of great benefit to practitioners wishing to design secure next-generation communication networks, or to develop new security-related mechanisms for SDNFV systems.
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Scalable Network Design And Management With Decentralized Software Defined Networking

Author : Kuldip Singh Atwal
ISBN : OCLC:1119554691
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Network softwarization is among the most significant innovations of computer networks in the last few decades. The lack of uniform and programmable interfaces for network management led to the design of OpenFlow protocol for the university campuses and enterprise networks. This breakthrough coupled with other similar efforts led to an emergence of two complementary but independent paradigms called software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV). As of this writing, these paradigms are becoming the de-facto norms of wired and wireless networks alike.
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Nt 4 Network Security

Author : Matthew Strebe
ISBN : PSU:000043824441
Genre : Computers
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Excellent for administrators of an NT network, this comprehensive and updated edition provides readers with the latest information on hacks, attacks and patches. The CD-ROM includes evaluation and demonstration versions of commercial firewalls, scanners and proxy servers, together with security tools for NT.
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Software Defined Radios

Author : Sofie Pollin
ISBN : 9400712782
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Many and ever more mobile users wish to enjoy a variety of multimedia services, in very diverse geographical environments. The growing number of communication options within and across wireless standards is accommodating the growing volume and heterogeneity in wireless wishes. On the other hand, advancement in radio technologies opening much more flexibility, a.o. through Software Defined Radios, opens up the possibility to realize mobile devices featuring multi-mode options at low cost and interesting form factors. It is crucial to manage the new degrees of freedom opened up in radios and standards in a smart way, such that the required service is offered at satisfactory quality as efficiently as possible. Efficiency in energy consumption is clearly primordial for battery powered mobile terminals specifically, and in the context of growing ecological concerns in a broader context. Moreover, efficient usage of the spectrum is a growing prerequisite for wireless systems, and coexistence of different standards puts overall throughput at risk. The management of flexibility risks bringing about intolerable complexity and hamper the desired agility. A systematic approach, consisting of anticipative preparing for smooth operation, allows mastering this challenge. Case studies show that already today, this approach enables smart operation of radios realizing impressive efficiency gains without hampering Quality-of-Service. In the future wireless communication scenes will be able to profit form the opening of the spectrum. Even smarter and cognitive behavior will become possible and essential.
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Critical Infrastructure Protection In Homeland Security

Author : Ted G. Lewis, PhD
ISBN : 9781118817667
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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"...excellent for use as a text in information assurance orcyber-security courses...I strongly advocate thatprofessors...examine this book with the intention of using it intheir programs." (Computing Reviews.com, March 22, 2007) "The book is written as a student textbook, but it should beequally valuable for current practitioners...this book is a veryworthwhile investment." (Homeland Security Watch, August 17,2006) While the emphasis is on the development of policies that lead tosuccessful prevention of terrorist attacks on the nation’sinfrastructure, this book is the first scientific study of criticalinfrastructures and their protection. The book models thenation’s most valuable physical assets and infrastructuresectors as networks of nodes and links. It then analyzes thenetwork to identify vulnerabilities and risks in the sectorcombining network science, complexity theory, modeling andsimulation, and risk analysis. The most critical components become the focus of deeper analysisand protection. This approach reduces the complex problem ofprotecting water supplies, energy pipelines, telecommunicationstations, Internet and Web networks, and power grids to a muchsimpler problem of protecting a few critical nodes. The new editionincorporates a broader selection of ideas and sectors and moves themathematical topics into several appendices.
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