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Scafida: a scale-free network inspired data center architecture

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Scafida: a scale-free network inspired data center architecture
Data centers have a crucial role in current Internet architecture supporting content-centric networking. State-of-theart data centers have different architectures like fat-tree [16, 10], DCell [12], or BCube [11]. However, their architectures share a common property: symmetry. Due to their symmetric nature, a tricky point with these architectures is that they are hard to be extended in small quantities. Contrary to state-of-the-art data center architectures, we propose an asymmetric data center topology generation method called Scafida inspired by scale-free networks; these data centers have not only small diameters and high fault tolerance, inherited by scale-free networks, but can also be scaled in smaller and less homogenous increments. We extend the original scale-free network generation algorithm of Barab
László Gyarmati, Tuan Anh Trinh
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CCR
Authors László Gyarmati, Tuan Anh Trinh
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