By Nelson L. S. da Fonseca, Raouf Boutaba
Cloud companies, Networking and Management presents a accomplished evaluate of the cloud infrastructure and companies, in addition to their underlying administration mechanisms, together with facts heart virtualization and networking, cloud defense and reliability, titanic info analytics, medical and advertisement applications.
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This chapter starts by providing an overview of VM migration techniques. It then presents, XenFlow, a tool based on Xen and OpenFlow, and allowing to deploy, isolate and migrate VIs. Finally, the authors discuss potential security threats that can arise when using VM migration. 3 Data Center Networks and Relevant Standards Today’s cloud data centers are housing hundreds of thousands of machines that continuously need to exchange tremendous amounts of data with stringent performance requirements in terms of bandwidth, delay, jitter, and loss rate.
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