Invisible Network: Concepts and Architecture

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Invisible Network: Concepts and Architecture
Efficient schemes for deploying and maintaining widearea services and accessing such services are essential if the Internet is to sustain itself as the communication medium for business critical applications. This paper presents the architecture of an overlay service network called the Invisible Network. It is based on a two-stage architecture. The first-stage is responsible for service addressing, discovery, and mobility. The second-stage is responsible for quality of service aware resource allocation for wide-area services. The two stages together provide a unique service network that makes the wide-area services “invisible” by hiding the locational and implementational details of the wide-area services.
Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Balasubramaneyam Maniymara
Added 14 Jul 2010
Updated 14 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2002
Authors Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Balasubramaneyam Maniymaran, Paul Card, Farag Azzedin
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