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dc.contributorDieu Linh, Truong
dc.contributor.authorOuro Paz, Elena
dc.description.abstractTraditional data centers represent a significant portion of the yearly power consumption all around the world, many solutions have been submitted to solve this issue such as the elastic-tree topology, a dynamic network structure that suggests that we deactivate unnecessary links and switches in a fattree data center, but with such solutions the availability in the network suffers severely. This paper studies the possibility of improving the elastic-tree topology adding single and double failure path protection to make the network more survivable while still saving energy. To achieve this, three algorithms that will find the minimum active topology necessary for a given traffic matrix will be implemented, one without path protection, one for any single failure and the last one for double failure path protection. The results obtained from all three algorithms show that the protected elastic-tree topology that we propose makes the data centers survivable while still saving a significant amount of energy.
dc.publisherUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
dc.subjectÀrees temàtiques de la UPC::Informàtica
dc.subject.lcshData processing service centers -- Energy consumption
dc.subject.otherefficiencia energetica
dc.subject.otherData centers
dc.subject.otherenergy efficiency
dc.titleProtected elastic-tree topologies for data centers
dc.typeBachelor thesis
dc.subject.lemacCentres informàtics -- Consum d'energia
dc.rights.accessOpen Access
dc.audience.mediatorFacultat d'Informàtica de Barcelona
dc.contributor.covenanteeTrường đại học bách khoa Hà Nội

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