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Authors: NICY K.S
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2011
Abstract: The interest in network virtualization has been growing steadily among the networking community in the last few years. Network virtualization opens up new possibilities for the evolution path to the Future Internet by enabling the deployment of different architectures and protocols over a shared physical infrastructure.The deployment of network virtualization imposes new requirements and raises new issues in relation to how networks are provisioned, managed and controlled today. In the last few years, the concept of network virtualization has attracted a great deal of attention from industry and research fora. A network virtualization “renaissance” has been originated mainly from the realization that it can provide a platform upon which novel network architectures can be built, experimented and evaluated, freed from legacy technology constraints. Furthermore, network virtualization has been heralded as the keystone of a new global Internet architecture, a new component enabling the coexistence of multiple networking approaches and deployment of new network technologies and advanced applications. In addition, virtualization is expected to provide a clean separation of services and infrastructure and facilitate new ways of doing business by allowing the trading of network resources among multiple providers and customers. Several proposals for network virtualization architecture or for the utilization of network virtualization in several contexts have been put forward.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3502
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