Monday, July 3rd, 2017, 11.00 - 17.00
Session 1: Virtualization in multi-domain environments (Chair: Roberto Bruschi)
11:00 - 12:30
|166832||A framework to correlate power consumption and resource usage in cloud infrastructures||Divya Tekke Kanapram,|
|166804||A Scalable SDN Slicing Scheme for Multi-domain Fog/Cloud Services||Roberto Bruschi,|
Jane Frances Pajo
|167589||An NFV Approach to Share Home Multimedia Devices||Giuseppe Faraci,|
|167565||EdgeNetworkCloudSim: Placement of Service Chains in Edge Clouds Using NetworkCloudSim||Michael Seufert,|
Brice Kamneng Kwam,
|166802||Energy Efficient Dynamic Flow-based Management For Relay-assisted Heterogeneous Networks||Li Li,|
|167564||On Experimenting 5G: Testbed Set-up for SDN Orchestration across Network Cloud and IoT domains||Silvia Fichera,|
|167571||Understanding Disruptive Monitoring Capabilities of Programmable Networks||Paul Chaignon,|
The proliferation of pervasive mobile devices (such as sensors, smartphones, and tablets) generating big amount of data to be stored and processed, coupled with emerging virtualization and programmability technologies promoting the softwarized deployment of network functions and applications on top of cloud infrastructures, highly challenge the cloud. Several research initiatives are mushrooming worldwide which promise to cope with the huge computing and networking needs (e.g., high scalability, low latency, flexible orchestration and management, mobility support and location awareness) of many emerging applications and systems, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G systems, big data analytics. Solutions in those directions are still at their infancy and contributions are highly required which encompass: (i) the development of innovative architectures, algorithms, and abstractions for more flexible, scalable and configurable provisioning and orchestration of programmable networks; (ii) the design of novel (mobile) edge/fog computing solutions meeting the growing local and distributed computing requirements, by leveraging the available resources in the edge networks and sometimes diffused onto end user devices (e.g., smartphones, vehicles, IoT devices); (iii) the deployment of new technologies for high-performance processing, among which solutions tackling sustainable virtualization technologies; (iv) the design of new cloud service models beyond typical IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, e.g., inspired by the edge/fog computing paradigms, and their prototyping and implementation, especially as open source projects.
In this respect, NetFoG aims at bringing together researchers, engineers, and practitioners to present and discuss the latest advances on both theoretical and practical key technology enablers for the network programmability, spanning the data centers and descending to the edge and the ground, in upcoming future Internet and 5G systems.
The registration for NetFoG workshop is open now at IEEE NetSoft web page: registration form. NetSoft 2017 will feature technical paper presentations, tutorials, demos and exhibitions from world-leading service providers, vendors, research institutes, open source projects, and academia. Additionally, topical workshops will be co-located so various call for proposals are issued.
Authors are invited to submit papers that fall in the area of programmability of cloud networks and applications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
Papers accepted for NetFoG 2017 will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases. The IEEE reserves the right to remove any paper from IEEE Xplore if the paper is not presented at the workshop.
Authors are invited to submit original contributions (written in English) in PDF format. Only original papers not published or submitted for publication elsewhere can be submitted. Papers can be of two types: full (up to 6 pages) or short (up to 4 pages) papers. Full Papers accepted as short Papers will be required to be reduced to 4-pages length. Papers should be in IEEE 2-column US-Letter style using IEEE Conference template (download) and submitted in PDF format via JEMS. Papers exceeding these limits, multiple submissions, and self-plagiarized papers will be rejected without further review. All submitted papers will be subject to a peer-review process.
Authors should submit their papers in PDF, postscript, or Word formats via EDAS.