(Literally) above the clouds: virtualizing the network over multiple clouds

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Alaluna, Max; Ramos, Fernando M. V.; Neves, Nuno;
(2015)

Recent SDN-based solutions give cloud providers the opportunity to extend their "as-a-service" model with the offer of complete network virtualization. They provide tenants with the freedom to specify the network topologies and addressing schemes of their choosing, whil... View more
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