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Student Name: Huey Vu Assignment: Case_Study_4_Cloud_SDN_NFV Due Date: 4/8/2018 1 Case Study 4 deals with advanced Networking Technologies that are emerging in the enterprise networks, public networks and data centers. All submissions must be in .pdf. Answers must be in the ORDER of the questions. DO NOT provide blocks of text. Our first stop is going to be SDN (SDN). This is a new paradigm in routing. 1. Please watch the following videos for getting SDN and OpenFlow concepts a. - Intro 1 b. Intro 2 c. SDN intro d. OpenFlow Intro e. - Stanford Talk f. In a minimum of 2 pages EACH (for (i) and (ii)), do the following: You are expected to be detailed. So you can talk your customer thru it I. Provide a diagram showing the major components of an SDN 1. Label the main components, and sub-components SDN Architecture Figure 1 demonstrates the logical configuration of an SDN. A primary control implements entirely multifaceted purposes, containing transmitting, identifying, procedure announcement, and safety instructions. This level establishes the SDN Control Plane and holds of individual or additional SDN servers. 2. The interfaces and the protocols between those components (every one of them) The objective of SDN is to support cloud computing and network administrator to respond quickly to changing industry responsibility through a centralized manage tranquilize. SDN plow numerous type of support system computer technology fashioned to exaggerate the scheme to a greater extent adaptable and intelligent to reinforcement the envisioned information
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Student Name: Huey Vu Assignment: Case_Study_4_Cloud_SDN_NFV Due Date: 4/8/2018 2 processing system and store substructure of the innovative information hub. An SDN or SDN architecture outlines precisely how a networking and computer system can manufacture with a mixture of open, software-based tools and commodity networking hardware that distinct the SDN control plane and the SDN data plane of the networking stack. Conventionally, together the SDN control plane and SDN information plane components of a networking architecture were wrapped in registered, incorporated cipher dispersed by single or a mixture of registered vendors. The OpenFlow standard, formed in 2008, was acknowledged as the initial SDN architecture that well-defined in what way the control plane and data plane components would remain detached and connect with independently other expending the OpenFlow protocol. 3. 3 standards bodies that define these protocols and the interfaces. a. Hint: The major one is b. You will compare 3 of these bodies I. By their mission (what do they do differently) II. List top 3 members (who are the major players) III. Do the comparison in a table SDN architectures usually exert three modules or collections of practicality:
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