2019
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M. Baddeley, U. Raza, M. Sooriyabandara, G. Oikonomou, R. Nejabati, D. Simeonidou, "Atomic-SDN: A Synchronous Flooding Framework for SDN Control of Low-Power Wireless", in Proc. ACM EWSN, 2019
@inproceedings{Baddeley-2019-EWSN, title = {Atomic-SDN: A Synchronous Flooding Framework for SDN Control of Low-Power Wireless}, author = {Michael Baddeley and Usman Raza and Mahesh Sooriyabandara and George Oikonomou and Reza Nejabati and Dimitra Simeonidou}, booktitle = {Proc. ACM EWSN}, publisher = {Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)}, year = {2019}, month = feb, oa-url = {https://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/publications/atomicsdn(35df9370-3ded-45dc-acc2-26bd36aad29b).html}, abstract = {We present Atomic-SDN, a highly flexible framework capable of dynamically scheduling synchronous flooding phases to accommodate multiple traffic patterns resulting from application-level requirements. Specifically, Atomic-SDN accommodates the complex and varying traffic generated in a Software Defined Networking (SDN) control solutions for low-power wireless networks, where the high-overhead and centralized nature of SDN causes considerable problems due to the constrained nature of the network. By utilizing the high-reliability and low-latency properties of synchronous flooding, our results show that Atomic-SDN is capable of providing minimal bounded latency guarantees for network-wide SDN operations. This reduces the time to perform SDN operations on all nodes by orders-of-magnitude, and allows core SDN concepts to be pushed to the very edge of IoT networks.}, }
We present Atomic-SDN, a highly flexible framework capable of dynamically scheduling synchronous flooding phases to accommodate multiple traffic patterns resulting from application-level requirements. Specifically, Atomic-SDN accommodates the complex and varying traffic generated in a Software Defined Networking (SDN) control solutions for low-power wireless networks, where the high-overhead and centralized nature of SDN causes considerable problems due to the constrained nature of the network. By utilizing the high-reliability and low-latency properties of synchronous flooding, our results show that Atomic-SDN is capable of providing minimal bounded latency guarantees for network-wide SDN operations. This reduces the time to perform SDN operations on all nodes by orders-of-magnitude, and allows core SDN concepts to be pushed to the very edge of IoT networks.
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