ITM Web Conf.
Volume 42, 20221st International Conference on Applied Computing & Smart Cities (ICACS21)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||24 February 2022|
Software Defined Networking Automation Using OpenDaylight and Network Virtualization for security and scalability: a network enterprise case
Pharmacy Department, Knowledge University, Erbil, Iraq
* Aws Ahmed Jaff: firstname.lastname@example.org
Software Defined Network SDN is a technique that centralized the control plane in one device and the data plane (forward plane) in the other devices connected and communicated via SDN protocols, so these devices will get instructions from a central entity called a controller to manage the network efficiently. The controller generally has a global view of the network topologies and can broadcast any management policy to all devices in the network easily. SDN makes the recent network more responsive and flexibly managed by delivering interoperable and programmable network services to network organizations all around the world. In this work, two real critical scenarios were investigated against other scenarios to manifest the SDN ability to deal with them. Finally, results show that the opted implementation features are better than the others in term of testing parameters.
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