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A virtual service placement approach based on improved quantum genetic algorithm
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Abstract
Despite the critical role that middleboxes play in introducing new network functionality, management and innovation of them are still severe challenges for network operators, since traditional middleboxes based on hardware lack service flexibility and scalability. Recently, though new networking technologies, such as network function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN), are considered as very promising drivers to design cost-efficient middlebox service architectures, how to guarantee transmission efficiency has drawn little attention under the condition of adding virtual service process for traffic. Therefore, we focus on the service deployment problem to reduce the transport delay in the network with a combination of NFV and SDN. First, a framework is designed for service placement decision, and an integer linear programming model is proposed to resolve the service placement and minimize the network transport delay. Then a heuristic solution is designed based on the improved quantum genetic algorithm. Experimental results show that our proposed method can calculate automatically the optimal placement schemes. Our scheme can achieve lower overall transport delay for a network compared with other schemes and reduce 30% of the average traffic transport delay compared with the random placement scheme.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering
Publication
Zhejiang University Press, 2016
ISSN
2095-9184
Volume/pages
17:7(2016), p. 661-671
ISI
000379582000006
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 02.09.2016
Last edited 18.08.2017
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