Author(s) Name:  Gagangeet Singh Aujla, Sahil Garg, Kuljeet Kaur, Biplab Sikdar
This book provides comprehensive discussion on key topics related to the usage and deployment of software defined networks (SDN) in Internet of Everything applications like, healthcare systems, data centers, edge/fog computing, vehicular networks, intelligent transportation systems, smart grids, smart cities and more. The authors provide diverse solutions to overcome challenges of conventional network binding in various Internet of Everything applications where there is need of an adaptive, agile, and flexible network backbone.
The book showcases different deployment models, algorithms and implementations related to the usage of SDN in Internet of Everything applications along with the pros and cons of the same. Even more, this book provides deep insights into the architecture of software defined networking specifically about the layered architecture and different network planes, logical interfaces, and programmable operations. The need of network virtualization and the deployment models for network function virtualization is also included with an aim towards the design of interoperable network architectures by researchers in future. Uniquely, the authors find hands on practical implementation, deployment scenarios and use cases for various software defined networking architectures in Internet of Everything applications like healthcare networks, Internet of Things, intelligent transportation systems, smart grid, underwater acoustic networks and many more. In the end, design and research challenges, open issues, and future research directions are provided in this book for a wide range of readers.
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Publisher:  Springer, Cham
Year of Publication:  2022
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