The Resource Network functions virtualization (NFV) with a touch of SDN, Rajendra Chayapathi, Syed Farrukh Hassan, Paresh Shah, (electronic resource)

Network functions virtualization (NFV) with a touch of SDN, Rajendra Chayapathi, Syed Farrukh Hassan, Paresh Shah, (electronic resource)

Label
Network functions virtualization (NFV) with a touch of SDN
Title
Network functions virtualization (NFV) with a touch of SDN
Statement of responsibility
Rajendra Chayapathi, Syed Farrukh Hassan, Paresh Shah
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eng
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Chayapathi, Rajendra
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Index
index present
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TK5105.52
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Hassan, Syed Farrukh
  • Shah, Paresh
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  • Computer network architectures
  • Computer networks
  • Cloud computing
Label
Network functions virtualization (NFV) with a touch of SDN, Rajendra Chayapathi, Syed Farrukh Hassan, Paresh Shah, (electronic resource)
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https://mcpl.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://proquestcombo.safaribooksonline.com/?uiCode=midcontpl&xmlId=9780134464312
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • Summary
  • 78
  • References
  • 79
  • Review Questions
  • 79
  • Chapter 3
  • Virtualization of Network Functions
  • 83
  • Designing NFV Networks
  • NFV Architectural framework
  • 83
  • NFV Design Considerations
  • 84
  • NFV Transformation Challenges
  • 105
  • Virtualization of Network Infrastructure and Services
  • 118
  • NFV for Routing Infrastructure
  • 118
  • Virtualization of Network Security
  • 7
  • 127
  • Virtualization of Mobile Communication Networks
  • 129
  • Summary
  • 133
  • References
  • 134
  • Review Questions
  • 134
  • Chapter 4
  • Need for a Framework
  • NFV Deployment in the Cloud
  • 137
  • What's in a Cloud?
  • 137
  • Characteristics of Cloud
  • 139
  • Cloud-Based Services
  • 140
  • Cloud Deployment Models
  • 142
  • 7
  • NFV and Cloud
  • 144
  • Revisiting ETSI Management and Orchestration Block
  • 145
  • MANO Data Repositories
  • 147
  • Orchestrating, Deploying, and Managing NFV Infrastructure
  • 157
  • Hardware Virtualization Deployment Options
  • 158
  • ETSI Framework for NFV
  • Deploying Virtual Machines and Containers
  • 160
  • Software and Tools for NFVI Deployment
  • 164
  • Introduction to OpenStack
  • 167
  • So What Is OpenStack?
  • 167
  • A Brief History of OpenStack
  • 168
  • 8
  • OpenStack Releases
  • 169
  • OpenStack Deployment Nodes
  • 169
  • OpenStack Networking
  • 183
  • OpenStack Deployment Nodes Revisited
  • 192
  • OpenStack High Availability
  • 193
  • Understanding the ETST Framework
  • Live Migration for VNF mobility
  • 200
  • Deploying OpenStack
  • 201
  • Using OpenStack as VIM
  • 204
  • Life Cycle Management of VNFs
  • 211
  • VNFM Software Examples
  • 213
  • 10
  • Orchestration and Deployment at Network Services
  • 214
  • Cisco's Network Service Orchestrator
  • 214
  • Telefonica's OpenMANO
  • 214
  • Brocade VNF Manager
  • 215
  • Nokia's CloudBand Network Director
  • 215
  • A Closer Look at ETSI's NFV Framework
  • Ciena's Blue Planet
  • 215
  • HP's NFV Director
  • 215
  • Ericsson Cloud Manager
  • 215
  • OpenStack Tracker
  • 216
  • RIFT.io's RIFT, ware
  • 216
  • Chapter 1
  • 13
  • NFV MANO and Open Source Solutions
  • 216
  • Open Platform NFV
  • 216
  • Open Orchestration Project (Open-O)
  • 218
  • Open Source MANO (OSM)
  • 218
  • Describing Network Service Descriptor
  • 219
  • NFV Framework Summary
  • Juju Charms
  • 219
  • HOT
  • 219
  • TOSCA
  • 220
  • Summary
  • 222
  • References
  • 222
  • 26
  • Review Questions
  • 224
  • Chapter 5
  • Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • 227
  • Basic Concepts of SDN
  • 227
  • What is SDN?
  • 230
  • Advantages of SDN
  • Benefits of NFV
  • 231
  • SDN Implementation and Protocols
  • 234
  • Introduction to SDN Controller
  • 234
  • SDN Implementation Models
  • 235
  • SDN Protocols
  • 238
  • SDN Use-Cases for Different Networking Domains
  • 26
  • 251
  • SDN in the Data Center (SDN DC)
  • 251
  • SDN in Service Provider Cloud (SP SDN)
  • 254
  • SDN in Wide-Area Networks (SD WAN)
  • 257
  • Enterprise SDN
  • 260
  • Transport SDN
  • Hardware Flexibility
  • 262
  • Revisiting SDN Controllers
  • 265
  • Open Source SDN Controllers
  • 265
  • Commercial SDN Controllers
  • 269
  • SDN Correlation with NFV
  • 273
  • COR D-An Example of NFV and SDN Working Together
  • 27
  • 276
  • Summary
  • 281
  • References
  • 282
  • Review Questions
  • 283
  • Chapter 6
  • Stitching It All Together
  • 285
  • Faster Service Life Cycle
  • Security Considerations
  • 285
  • Service Function Chaining
  • 287
  • Service Chaining in a Traditional Network
  • 288
  • Service Function Chaining for Cloud Scaling
  • 289
  • Network Service Header (NSH)
  • 294
  • 28
  • Other Protocols for SFC
  • 302
  • Service Chaining Use Case
  • 302
  • How Virtual Machines Communicate
  • 304
  • Virtual Switch
  • 305
  • Single Roof Input/Output Visualization and Sharing (SR-IOV)
  • 306
  • Scalability and Elasticity
  • Direct Memory Access
  • 307
  • Enhancing vSwitch Performance
  • 308
  • Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK)
  • 309
  • Vector Packet Processing (VPP)
  • 310
  • Data Performance Considerations
  • 314
  • Journey to Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Era
  • 28
  • CPU Usage Optimization
  • 315
  • Optimized Use of Memory
  • 317
  • Program inability in a Virtualized Network
  • 317
  • Summary
  • 321
  • References
  • 322
  • Leveraging Existing Tools
  • Review Questions
  • 322
  • 29
  • Rapid Development and Vendor Independence
  • 29
  • Validation of New Solutions
  • 29
  • Amorphous Service Offering
  • 29
  • Operational Efficiency and Agility
  • 1
  • 30
  • NFV Market Drivers
  • 31
  • Movement to Cloud
  • 31
  • New Business Services
  • 32
  • Capital Expense Savings
  • 33
  • Operational Expense Savings
  • Evolution of Network Architecture
  • 33
  • Barrier of Entry
  • 34
  • Summary
  • 34
  • References
  • 34
  • Review Questions
  • 35
  • Chapter 2
  • 1
  • Virtualization Concepts
  • 37
  • History and Background of Virtualization
  • 37
  • Virtualization Benefits and Goals
  • 40
  • Server Virtualization, Network Virtualization, and NFV
  • 41
  • Virtualization Techniques
  • 45
  • Traditional Network Architecture
  • Visualization versus Emulation
  • 49
  • Virtual Machines
  • 50
  • Components of a Virtual Machine
  • 50
  • Resource Allocation to the Virtual Machine
  • 53
  • Network Communication
  • 55
  • 2
  • Packaging a Virtual Machine
  • 58
  • Commonly Used Hypervisors
  • 62
  • Linux Containers and Docker
  • 64
  • Understanding Containers
  • 65
  • Container versus Virtual Machines
  • 67
  • Introducing NFV
  • Application Container and OS Container
  • 70
  • Enter Docker
  • 72
  • Container Packaging-Beyond Docker
  • 76
  • Single and Multitenant Environment
  • 76
  • Virtualization and NFV
  • 78
Control code
ocn964633571
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780134464312
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0500000801
System control number
  • (Sirsi) ocn964633571
  • (OCoLC)964633571
Label
Network functions virtualization (NFV) with a touch of SDN, Rajendra Chayapathi, Syed Farrukh Hassan, Paresh Shah, (electronic resource)
Link
https://mcpl.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://proquestcombo.safaribooksonline.com/?uiCode=midcontpl&xmlId=9780134464312
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • Summary
  • 78
  • References
  • 79
  • Review Questions
  • 79
  • Chapter 3
  • Virtualization of Network Functions
  • 83
  • Designing NFV Networks
  • NFV Architectural framework
  • 83
  • NFV Design Considerations
  • 84
  • NFV Transformation Challenges
  • 105
  • Virtualization of Network Infrastructure and Services
  • 118
  • NFV for Routing Infrastructure
  • 118
  • Virtualization of Network Security
  • 7
  • 127
  • Virtualization of Mobile Communication Networks
  • 129
  • Summary
  • 133
  • References
  • 134
  • Review Questions
  • 134
  • Chapter 4
  • Need for a Framework
  • NFV Deployment in the Cloud
  • 137
  • What's in a Cloud?
  • 137
  • Characteristics of Cloud
  • 139
  • Cloud-Based Services
  • 140
  • Cloud Deployment Models
  • 142
  • 7
  • NFV and Cloud
  • 144
  • Revisiting ETSI Management and Orchestration Block
  • 145
  • MANO Data Repositories
  • 147
  • Orchestrating, Deploying, and Managing NFV Infrastructure
  • 157
  • Hardware Virtualization Deployment Options
  • 158
  • ETSI Framework for NFV
  • Deploying Virtual Machines and Containers
  • 160
  • Software and Tools for NFVI Deployment
  • 164
  • Introduction to OpenStack
  • 167
  • So What Is OpenStack?
  • 167
  • A Brief History of OpenStack
  • 168
  • 8
  • OpenStack Releases
  • 169
  • OpenStack Deployment Nodes
  • 169
  • OpenStack Networking
  • 183
  • OpenStack Deployment Nodes Revisited
  • 192
  • OpenStack High Availability
  • 193
  • Understanding the ETST Framework
  • Live Migration for VNF mobility
  • 200
  • Deploying OpenStack
  • 201
  • Using OpenStack as VIM
  • 204
  • Life Cycle Management of VNFs
  • 211
  • VNFM Software Examples
  • 213
  • 10
  • Orchestration and Deployment at Network Services
  • 214
  • Cisco's Network Service Orchestrator
  • 214
  • Telefonica's OpenMANO
  • 214
  • Brocade VNF Manager
  • 215
  • Nokia's CloudBand Network Director
  • 215
  • A Closer Look at ETSI's NFV Framework
  • Ciena's Blue Planet
  • 215
  • HP's NFV Director
  • 215
  • Ericsson Cloud Manager
  • 215
  • OpenStack Tracker
  • 216
  • RIFT.io's RIFT, ware
  • 216
  • Chapter 1
  • 13
  • NFV MANO and Open Source Solutions
  • 216
  • Open Platform NFV
  • 216
  • Open Orchestration Project (Open-O)
  • 218
  • Open Source MANO (OSM)
  • 218
  • Describing Network Service Descriptor
  • 219
  • NFV Framework Summary
  • Juju Charms
  • 219
  • HOT
  • 219
  • TOSCA
  • 220
  • Summary
  • 222
  • References
  • 222
  • 26
  • Review Questions
  • 224
  • Chapter 5
  • Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • 227
  • Basic Concepts of SDN
  • 227
  • What is SDN?
  • 230
  • Advantages of SDN
  • Benefits of NFV
  • 231
  • SDN Implementation and Protocols
  • 234
  • Introduction to SDN Controller
  • 234
  • SDN Implementation Models
  • 235
  • SDN Protocols
  • 238
  • SDN Use-Cases for Different Networking Domains
  • 26
  • 251
  • SDN in the Data Center (SDN DC)
  • 251
  • SDN in Service Provider Cloud (SP SDN)
  • 254
  • SDN in Wide-Area Networks (SD WAN)
  • 257
  • Enterprise SDN
  • 260
  • Transport SDN
  • Hardware Flexibility
  • 262
  • Revisiting SDN Controllers
  • 265
  • Open Source SDN Controllers
  • 265
  • Commercial SDN Controllers
  • 269
  • SDN Correlation with NFV
  • 273
  • COR D-An Example of NFV and SDN Working Together
  • 27
  • 276
  • Summary
  • 281
  • References
  • 282
  • Review Questions
  • 283
  • Chapter 6
  • Stitching It All Together
  • 285
  • Faster Service Life Cycle
  • Security Considerations
  • 285
  • Service Function Chaining
  • 287
  • Service Chaining in a Traditional Network
  • 288
  • Service Function Chaining for Cloud Scaling
  • 289
  • Network Service Header (NSH)
  • 294
  • 28
  • Other Protocols for SFC
  • 302
  • Service Chaining Use Case
  • 302
  • How Virtual Machines Communicate
  • 304
  • Virtual Switch
  • 305
  • Single Roof Input/Output Visualization and Sharing (SR-IOV)
  • 306
  • Scalability and Elasticity
  • Direct Memory Access
  • 307
  • Enhancing vSwitch Performance
  • 308
  • Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK)
  • 309
  • Vector Packet Processing (VPP)
  • 310
  • Data Performance Considerations
  • 314
  • Journey to Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Era
  • 28
  • CPU Usage Optimization
  • 315
  • Optimized Use of Memory
  • 317
  • Program inability in a Virtualized Network
  • 317
  • Summary
  • 321
  • References
  • 322
  • Leveraging Existing Tools
  • Review Questions
  • 322
  • 29
  • Rapid Development and Vendor Independence
  • 29
  • Validation of New Solutions
  • 29
  • Amorphous Service Offering
  • 29
  • Operational Efficiency and Agility
  • 1
  • 30
  • NFV Market Drivers
  • 31
  • Movement to Cloud
  • 31
  • New Business Services
  • 32
  • Capital Expense Savings
  • 33
  • Operational Expense Savings
  • Evolution of Network Architecture
  • 33
  • Barrier of Entry
  • 34
  • Summary
  • 34
  • References
  • 34
  • Review Questions
  • 35
  • Chapter 2
  • 1
  • Virtualization Concepts
  • 37
  • History and Background of Virtualization
  • 37
  • Virtualization Benefits and Goals
  • 40
  • Server Virtualization, Network Virtualization, and NFV
  • 41
  • Virtualization Techniques
  • 45
  • Traditional Network Architecture
  • Visualization versus Emulation
  • 49
  • Virtual Machines
  • 50
  • Components of a Virtual Machine
  • 50
  • Resource Allocation to the Virtual Machine
  • 53
  • Network Communication
  • 55
  • 2
  • Packaging a Virtual Machine
  • 58
  • Commonly Used Hypervisors
  • 62
  • Linux Containers and Docker
  • 64
  • Understanding Containers
  • 65
  • Container versus Virtual Machines
  • 67
  • Introducing NFV
  • Application Container and OS Container
  • 70
  • Enter Docker
  • 72
  • Container Packaging-Beyond Docker
  • 76
  • Single and Multitenant Environment
  • 76
  • Virtualization and NFV
  • 78
Control code
ocn964633571
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780134464312
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0500000801
System control number
  • (Sirsi) ocn964633571
  • (OCoLC)964633571

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