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SDN and NFV Simplified by Jim Doherty

Title SDN and NFV Simplified
Author Jim Doherty
Publisher Addison-Wesley Professional
Release 2016-03-02
Category Computers
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780134306407
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Visual Guide to Understanding Software Defined Networks and Network Function Virtualization The simple, visual, at-a-glance guide to SDN and NFV: Core concepts, business drivers, key technologies, and more! SDN (Software Defined Networks) and NFV (Network Function Virtualization) are today's hottest areas of networking. Many executives, investors, sales professionals, and marketers need a solid working understanding of these technologies, but most books on the subject are written specifically for network engineers and other technical experts. SDN and NFV Simplified fills that gap, offering highly visual, "at-a-glance" explanations of SDN, NFV, and their underlying virtualizations. Built around an illustrated, story-telling approach, this answers the questions: Why does this technology matter? How does it work? Where is it used? What problems does it solve? Through easy, whiteboard-style infographics, you'll learn: how virtualization enables SDN and NFV; how datacenters are virtualized through clouds; how networks can also be virtualized; and how to maximize security, visibility, and Quality of Experience in tomorrow's fully-virtualized environments. Step by step, you'll discover why SDN and NFV technologies are completely redefining both enterprise and carrier networks, and driving the most dramatic technology migration since IP networking. That's not all: You'll learn all you need to help lead this transformation. Learn how virtualization establishes the foundation for SDN and NFV Review the benefits of VMs, the role of hypervisors, and the management of virtual resources Discover how cloud technologies enable datacenter virtualization Understand the roles of networking gear in virtualized datacenters See VMWare VMotion and VXLAN at work in the virtualized datacenter Understand multitenancy and the challenges of "communal living" Learn how core network functions and appliances can be virtualized Ensure performance and scalability in virtualized networks Compare modern approaches to network virtualization, including OpenFlow, VMWare Nicera, Cisco Inseieme, and OpenStack Walk through the business case for SDN, NFV, and the Cloud Discover how the Software Defined Network (SDN) solves problems previously left unaddressed Understand SDN controllers-and who's fighting to control your network Use SDN and NFV to improve integration and say goodbye to "truck rolls" Enforce security, avoid data leakage, and protect assets through encryption Provide for effective monitoring and consistent Quality of Experience (QoE) Learn how SDN and NFV will affect you-and what's next

Title Software Defined Networking for Future Internet Technology
Author Kshira Sagar Sahoo
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2021-09-30
Category Computers
Total Pages 308
ISBN 1000344940
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Network infrastructures are growing rapidly to meet the needs of business, but the required repolicing and reconfiguration provide challenges that need to be addressed. The software-defined network (SDN) is the future generation of Internet technology that can help meet these challenges of network management. This book includes quantitative research, case studies, conceptual papers, model papers, review papers, and theoretical backing on SDN. This book investigates areas where SDN can help other emerging technologies deliver more efficient services, such as IoT, industrial IoT, NFV, big data, blockchain, cloud computing, and edge computing. The book demonstrates the many benefits of SDNs, such as reduced costs, ease of deployment and management, better scalability, availability, flexibility and fine-grained control of traffic, and security. The book demonstrates the many benefits of SDN, such as reduced costs, ease of deployment and management, better scalability, availability, flexibility and fine-grained control of traffic, and security. Chapters in the volume address: Design considerations for security issues and detection methods State-of-the-art approaches for mitigating DDos attacks using SDN Big data using Apache Hadoop for processing and analyzing large amounts of data Different tools used for attack simulation Network policies and policy management approaches that are widely used in the context of SDN Dynamic flow tables, or static flow table management A new four-tiered architecture that includes cloud, SDN-controller, and fog computing Architecture for keeping computing resources available near the industrial IoT network through edge computing The impact of SDN as an innovative approach for smart city development More. The book will be a valuable resource for SDN researchers as well as academicians, research scholars, and students in the related areas.

Title Resource Orchestration in Softwarized Networks
Author Md. Faizul Bari
Publisher
Release 2018
Category Heuristic algorithms
Total Pages 159
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Network softwarization is an emerging research area that is envisioned to revolutionize the way network infrastructure is designed, operated, and managed today. Contemporary telecommunication networks are going through a major transformation, and softwarization is recognized as a crucial enabler of this transformation by both academia and industry. Softwarization promises to overcome the current ossified state of Internet network architecture and evolve towards a more open, agile, flexible, and programmable networking paradigm that will reduce both capital and operational expenditures, cut-down time-to-market of new services, and create new revenue streams. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) are two complementary networking technologies that have established themselves as the cornerstones of network softwarization. SDN decouples the control and data planes to provide enhanced programmability and faster innovation of networking technologies. It facilitates simplified network control, scalability, availability, flexibility, security, cost-reduction, autonomic management, and fine-grained control of network traffic. NFV utilizes virtualization technology to reduce dependency on underlying hardware by moving packet processing activities from proprietary hardware middleboxes to virtualized entities that can run on commodity hardware. Together SDN and NFV simplify network infrastructure by utilizing standardized and commodity hardware for both compute and networking; bringing the benefits of agility, economies of scale, and flexibility of data centers to networks. Network softwarization provides the tools required to re-architect the current network infrastructure of the Internet. However, the effective application of these tools requires efficient utilization of networking resources in the softwarized environment. Innovative techniques and mechanisms are required for all aspects of network management and control. The overarching goal of this thesis is to address several key resource orchestration challenges in softwarized networks. The resource allocation and orchestration techniques presented in this thesis utilize the functionality provided by softwarization to reduce operational cost, improve resource utilization, ensure scalability, dynamically scale resource pools according to demand, and optimize energy utilization.

Title Testbeds and Research Infrastructure Development of Networks and Communities
Author Victor C.M. Leung
Publisher Springer
Release 2014-11-26
Category Computers
Total Pages 509
ISBN 3319133268
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities, TridentCom 2014, held in Guangzhou, China, in May 2014. The 49 revised full papers presented were carefully selected out of 149 submissions. The conference consisted of 6 symposia covering topics such as testbed virtualization, Internet of Things, vehicular networks, SDN, NDN, large-scale testbed federation, mobile networks, wireless networks.

Title Software Defined WAN for the Digital Age
Author David W. Wang
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2018-10-26
Category Computers
Total Pages 128
ISBN 0429773536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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SD-WAN is an advanced networking approach that creates hybrid networks to integrate broadband or other network services into the corporate WAN, not only just handling general business workloads and traffic, but also being capable of maintaining the performance and security of real-time and sensitive applications. This book posits that Software Defined (SD) WAN is the answer to questions such as what changes can be made to the networking sector? What innovations can make WAN, which plays a vital integrated part of the cloud ecosystem, more cost effective, performance robust, provisioning efficient, and operation intelligent?

SDN and NFV Security by Rahamatullah Khondoker

Title SDN and NFV Security
Author Rahamatullah Khondoker
Publisher Springer
Release 2018-01-29
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 134
ISBN 3319717618
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book provides security analyses of several Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) applications using Microsoft’s threat modeling framework STRIDE. Before deploying new technologies in the production environment, their security aspects must be considered. Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) are two new technologies used to increase e.g. the manageability, security and flexibility of enterprise/production/cloud IT environments. Also featuring a wealth of diagrams to help illustrate the concepts discussed, the book is ideally suited as a guide for all IT security professionals, engineers, and researchers who need IT security recommendations on deploying SDN and NFV technologies.

Title Virtualized Software Defined Networks and Services
Author Qiang Duan
Publisher Artech House
Release 2016-12-31
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 336
ISBN 1630814407
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This comprehensive new resource presents the latest developments in key Software-Defined Network (SDN) technologies including SDN controllers, network control and management applications, southbound protocols, and northbound interfaces. NFV technologies are reviewed, including network function virtualization infrastructure, virtualized network functions, virtual network management and orchestration. Professionals find comprehensive discussions on the relationship between SDN and NFV and how they may integrate into unified future network architecture. Virtualization network services including, cloud, carrier Ethernet services, and IP VPN services are also covered.

Title Software Defined Mobile Networks SDMN
Author Madhusanka Liyanage
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2015-06-17
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 440
ISBN 111890026X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book describes the concept of a Software Defined Mobile Network (SDMN), which will impact the network architecture of current LTE (3GPP) networks. SDN will also open up new opportunities for traffic, resource and mobility management, as well as impose new challenges on network security. Therefore, the book addresses the main affected areas such as traffic, resource and mobility management, virtualized traffics transportation, network management, network security and techno economic concepts. Moreover, a complete introduction to SDN and SDMN concepts. Furthermore, the reader will be introduced to cutting-edge knowledge in areas such as network virtualization, as well as SDN concepts relevant to next generation mobile networks. Finally, by the end of the book the reader will be familiar with the feasibility and opportunities of SDMN concepts, and will be able to evaluate the limits of performance and scalability of these new technologies while applying them to mobile broadb and networks.

Title Fundamentals of Information Systems Security
Author David Kim
Publisher Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Release 2016-10-15
Category Computers
Total Pages 548
ISBN 128411645X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Revised and updated with the latest data in the field, Fundamentals of Information Systems Security, Third Edition provides a comprehensive overview of the essential concepts readers must know as they pursue careers in information systems security. The text opens with a discussion of the new risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with the transition to a digital world. Part 2 presents a high level overview of the Security+ Exam and provides students with information as they move toward this certification.

Title Security in Network Functions Virtualization
Author Zonghua Zhang
Publisher Elsevier
Release 2017-11-20
Category Computers
Total Pages 272
ISBN 0081023715
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The software and networking industry is experiencing a rapid development and deployment of Network Functions Visualization (NFV) technology, in both enterprise and cloud data center networks. One of the primary reasons for this technological trend is that NFV has the capability to reduce CAPEX and OPEX, whilst increasing networking service efficiency, performance, agility, scalability, and resource utilization. Despite such well-recognized benefits, security remains a major concern of network service providers and seriously impedes the further expansion of NFV. This book is therefore dedicated to investigating and exploring the potential security issues of NFV. It contains three major elements: a thorough overview of the NFV framework and architecture, a comprehensive threat analysis aiming to establish a layer-specific threat taxonomy for NFV enabled networking services, and a series of comparative studies of security best practices in traditional networking scenarios and in NFV, ultimately leading to a set of recommendations on security countermeasures in NFV. This book is primarily intended for engineers, engineering students and researchers and those with an interest in the field of networks and telecommunications (architectures, protocols, services) in general, and particularly software-defined network (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV)-based security services. Extensively studies security issues in NFV Presents a basis or guideline for both academia researchers and industry practitioners to work together to achieve secure and dependable lifecycle management of NFV based network services

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