Memory-Enabled Autonomic Resilient Networking

It is becoming increasingly challenging for the contemporary Internet to satisfy the explosion in networking services and applications with their widely diverse and dynamic QoS requirements and resource demands. For smarter networking management and operations, they hypothesize that next generation networks should be endowed with "Memory"-like (i.e., functionally similar to human memory) capabilities and should explicitly manage their resources and services. In this paper, the authors introduce SmartNet, a new memory-enabled autonomic network architecture that is scalable, resilient and adaptable at runtime.

Provided by: ICST Topic: Networking Date Added: Oct 2011 Format: PDF

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