Department of Computer Engineering, University of Panama, Panama City, Panama
With the emergence of recent technologies in the field of computer network, traditional infrastructure in the field of networks have become obsolete and incompatible with respect to the new architectures of open networks that emerge with force. This is how software-defined networks emerge by enabling cloud computing ecosystem, enterprise data centers, and telecommunications service providers. The major contribution of this paper is the simulation of an ecosystem based on a software defined network by making use of certain types of networks topologies and using the virtualization of the open network operating system (ONOS) and Mininet as a network emulator.
Computer Network, Software-defined Networks, Network Topologies, Simulation, Open Network Operating System
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Antonio Cortes Castillo is a computer engineer trained in the Latin American University of Science and Technology (ULACIT), Costa Rica, 1995. He obtained his bachelor´s degree in computer engineering with an emphasis in Management Information System at the Nacional University of Heredia, Costa Rica, 2002. Adquiere his Master´s degree in Computer Science (Telematics) at the Technological Institute of Costa Rica. He is now teaching at the University of Panam a and is with his PhD at the University of Alicante.
Characterization of data network monitoring registers allows for reductions in the number of data, which is essential when the information flow is high, and implementation of processes with short response times, such as interchange of control information between devices and anomaly detection is required. The present investigation applied wavelet transforms, so as to characterize the statistic monitoring register of a software-defined network. Its main contribution lies in the obtention of a record that, although reduced, retains detailed, essential information for the correct application of anomaly detectors.
Characterization, wavelet transform, network monitoring, anomaly detectors, Software-defined Networking (SDN)
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Luz A. Aristizábal Q. is a professor in the Department of Computing in the Faculty of Management at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. She received her Meng. in Physical Instrumentation from the Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira in 2009, her degree in Data Network Specialization from la Universidad del Valle in 1991, and her degree in Engineering Systems from la Universidad Autónoma in 1989. Her research focuses on aspects of computer and data networks, including network simulators, signal processing, and network paradigms.
Nicolás Toro G. is a professor in the Department of Electricity, Electronics, and Computing. He received his PhD in Engineering-Automation and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in 2013 and 1983, respectively, and his master’s degree in Automated Production Systems from the Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira in 1992. His research focuses on many aspects of industrial automation, including network design, measurement, and analysis.