Autonomic resource management in virtual network
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Virtualization enables the building of multiple virtual networks over a shared substrate. One of the challenges to virtualisation is efficient resource allocation. This problem has been found to be NP hard. Therefore, most approaches to it have not only proposed static solutions, but have also made many assumptions to simplify it. In this paper, we propose a distributed, autonomic and artificial intelligence based solution to resource allocation. Our aim is to obtain self-configuring, self-optimizing, self-healing and context aware virtual networks
CitationMijumbi, R.; Gorricho, J.; Serrat, J. Autonomic resource management in virtual network. A: Scalable and Adaptive Internet Solutions Summer School. "SAIL summer school: Santander, 25-28 June 2012". Santander: 2012.
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