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Advanced Networking 2018w

Lecture

    Tuesday, 16:15 – 17:45 pm, Room 04.137

Hours:

    Lecture 2 SWS, Exercise, 2 SWS

Language:

    English

Summary (Lecture):

    Due to the demands of big data, cloud computing, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and mobile devices, new architectures for computer networks have evolved: Software Defined Networking (SDN) decouples the data plane (packet forwarding, on commodity hardware) from the control plane (control functions, on high performance servers) and offers open programming interfaces. Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) extends existing concepts for server and network virtualization. This allows network functions (like, e.g., routing) that have traditionally been executed on proprietary hardware to be virtualized and executed on commercial off-the-shelf hardware. This lecture offers an introduction to these new technologies, concepts and standards and provides insight into their application in data centers, for fog and cloud computing and for IoT applications.

Exercises:

    Wednesday 10 am –12 am, Room 04.158

    Wednesday 2 pm –4 pm, Room 04.158
    Thursday 4 pm –6 pm, Room 04.158

Lecturers:

Lecture

Exercises

    Sign up for the exercise classes until 18.10.2018 (7 am) via EST. The exercise classes (tutorials) are assigned later.

    Field of studies

    WPF, IuK-MA-KOMÜ
    WF, IuK-MA
    WPF, IuK-MA-KN-INF
    WPF, INF-MA
    WPF, IuK-MA-ÜTMK-INF
    WF, ASC-MA

Additional information

Advanced Networking (AdN) UnivIS
Advanced Networking Exercises (AdN-Ex) UnivIS