A soa based sla negotiation and formulation architecture for personalized service delivery in sdn

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Conference Proceeding
Advances in Networked-based Information Systems, 2020, 1036, pp. 108-119
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Supporting end-to-end personalized Quality of Services (QoS) delivery in existing network architecture is an ongoing issue. Software Defined Networking (SDN) model has emerged in response to the limitations of traditional network. Integrating Software Defined Network (SDN) architecture with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) brings new concept for future service oriented delivery in SDN services. Researchers from both academic and industry are working to resolve the QoS limitations of service delivery, however; most of the proposed solutions are application oriented and unable to provide a reliable personalized QoS delivery in future service oriented SDN. This research propose a reliable Service Level Agreement (SLA) oriented Service Negotiation framework that would be able to provide reputation based personalized service delivery and assist in QoS management in SDN for informed decision making. Moreover, potential benefits of the proposed framework are also discussed in this paper in social, scientific and business aspects.
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