Architecture and Design for the Future Internet: 4WARD by Luis M. Correia, Henrik Abramowicz, Martin Johnsson, Klaus

By Luis M. Correia, Henrik Abramowicz, Martin Johnsson, Klaus Wünstel

Architecture and layout for the long run Internet addresses the Networks of the longer term and the long run net, targeting networks features, supplying either technical and non-technical views. It offers the most findings of 4WARD (Architecture and layout for the long run Internet), a ecu built-in venture inside Framework Programme 7, which addressed this quarter from an cutting edge method. Today’s community architectures are stifling innovation, limiting it as a rule to the appliance point, whereas the necessity for structural switch is more and more obvious. The absence of sufficient amenities to layout, optimise and interoperate new networks at present forces a convergence to an structure that's suboptimal for lots of functions and that can't help suggestions inside of itself, the web. 4WARD overcomes this deadlock via a collection of radical architectural ways, equipped on a robust cellular and instant history. the most subject matters addressed through the booklet are: the enhanced skill to layout inter-operable and complementary households of community architectures; the enabled co-existence of a number of networks on universal systems via carrier-grade virtualisation for networking assets; the improved application of networks via making them self-managing; the elevated robustness and potency of networks by way of leveraging range; and the enhanced program aid through a brand new information-centric paradigm as opposed to the outdated host-centric method. those options include the whole diversity of applied sciences, from fibre backbones to instant and sensor networks.

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What precisely is named, what an address is, and how these two concepts relate to each other by name resolution has been treated differently and inconsistently in different systems as well as in different architectures. The 4WARD project pursues an integrated, coherent approach for a naming & addressing architecture that combines flexibility with coherence and integrates its different components via a cross-layer name resolution concept. Chapter 5 on Naming and Addressing will discuss the basic design rationale of this concept.

In such a network, the users just accesses items of interest by their name while the data locations can be completely hidden. These tenets, together with the understanding of the current situation of today’s Internet, formed the main drivers for the definition of the 4WARD Technical Requirements [1], which laid the foundation for technical work within the 4WARD project. This work ultimately resulted in the 4WARD System Model, which is described in the following section. 1 depicts the 4WARD System Model, which has been developed with the Tenets and the 4WARD Technical Requirements [1] as main principal input.

3 Resolution configuration table . . . . . . . . . 1 Routing table of an entity E1 in a compartment C1 . . . . 2 Name resolution table of an Entity E1 in a compartment C1 . . 1 Business requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Technical requirements . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Selection of components for the implementation of each Functional Block for the Ad-Hoc Communities example . . . 104 105 110 183 184 233 235 241 xxix Chapter 1 Introduction Luis M.

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