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Can P4 save Software-Defined Networking?

Now, P4 is gaining momentum due to engagement of big players such as Google and AT&T. P4 has potential to cause a significant change in the industry and deliver on the SDN value-proposition. I’d like to discuss that. In summary,

Posted in Innovation in Academia, SDN, Thoughts & theories

TCP BBR Congestion Control on Mininet

In this post, I demonstrate some benefits of using BBR congestion control and illustrate how easy it is to adopt it by using Mininet as an example. I’m excited to share this post with you guys because it’s been a

Posted in Innovation in Academia, Lab Projects, Mininet

ESPRESSO – More insights into Google’s SDN

Google recently released a paper detailing how it has designed and deployed ESPRESSO: the SDN at the edge of its network. The paper was published at SIGCOMM’17. In the past, Google’s SDN papers have been very insightful and inspiring, so

Posted in Innovation in Academia, SDN

List of Graduate Networking Readings

This is a list I want to keep for myself and share with others. Soon I’ll make a compilation of interesting readings on networking on a different post. Graduate level networking courses don’t usually have textbook, normally come with long

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Network Heresy

Tales of the network reformation

How to Do Great Research

Grad school survival advice from Nick Feamster and Alex Gray

n40lab

A blog about cloud, virtualization, sdn and centos