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  • Manageability of future internet virtual networks from a practical viewpoint 

    de Meer, H.; Fischer, A.; Movahedif, Z.; Macedo, D.; Clayman, S.; Mamatas, L.; Rubio Loyola, Javier; Astorga Rivera, José Antonio; Serrat Fernández, Juan; Lefevre, L.; Cheniour, A.; Muldowney, D.; Davy, S.; Galis, A. (IOS Press, 2010-04-01)
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    The Autonomic Internet project [1] approach relies on abstractions and distributed systems of a five plane solution for the provision of Future Internet Services (OSKMV): Orchestration, Service Enablers, Knowledge, ...
  • Management Architecture and Systems for Future 

    Pujolle, Guy; Macedo, Daniel; Srassner, J. S.; Berl, Andreas; Galis, A.; Denazis, S.; Serrat Fernández, Juan; Rubio Loyola, Javier; Giacomin, P.; Bassi, Alessandro; de Meer, Hermann; Fischer, Andreas (2009-05-01)
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    This paper presents a new autonomic management architectural model consisting of a number of distributed management systems running within the network, which are described with the help of five abstractions and ...
  • Platforms and software systems for an autonomic internet 

    de Meer, H.; Paler, A.; Fischer, A.; Mornard, O.; Lefevre, L.; Rubio Loyola, Javier; Astorga Rivera, José Antonio; Serrat Fernández, Juan; Chai, W.K.; Mamatas, L.; Galis, A.; Clayman, S.; Cheniour, A. (IEEE Press. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2010)
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    The current Internet does not enable easy introduction and deployment of new network technologies and services. This paper aims to progress the Future Internet (FI) by introduction of a service composition and execution ...
  • Scalable service deployment on software-defined networks 

    Rubio Loyola, Javier; Galis, A.; Astorga Rivera, José Antonio; Serrat Fernández, Juan; Lefevre, L.; Fischer, Andreas; Paler, A.; de Meer, Hermann (2011-12-01)
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    It is widely accepted that the network of the future will require a greater degree of service awareness and optimal use of network resources. This article presents an architectural design for an open software-defined network ...