publication . Master thesis . 2017

SDN controllers security issues

Imran, Ayesha;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Country: Finland
Abstract
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is essentially varying the way we design and manage networks, which makes a communication network programmable. In SDN, a logically centralized controller has straight control over the packet-handling functions of the network switches, using a standard, open API (Application Programming Interface) such as OpenFlow. OpenFlow is a broadly used protocol for software-defined networks (SDNs) that presents a new model in which the control plane is inattentive from the forwarding plane for the network devices. In SDN approach centralized entities called "controllers" perform like network operating systems run dissimilar applications th...
Subjects
free text keywords: OpenFlow-protokolla, software defined networking, computer networks, SDN, SDN controllers, DoS attacks, OpenFlow Controller, tietoverkot, suojaus, ohjelmistot, ohjaimet, tietoturva
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