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Authors:
Ameer Al-Sadi, Ali Al-Sherbaz, James Xue, Scott Turner.
School of Science and Technology
Definition.
Challenges and Solutions.
Case Study.
Conclusion.
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
What is the Smart city?
• “instrumented, interconnected and intelli...
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
Smart Cities: Intelligent sustainable
solutions to global challenge...
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
Definition.
Smart city Examples
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
Multiple
Networks
More
updates
More
mobile
Devices
Network challeng...
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
(1) Software Defined Network (SDN)
A novel Network Model separate n...
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
(2) Network Function Virtualization(NFV)
Slicing techniques
A softw...
Intelligent
sustainable
solutions to
global challenges
Dynamic resources provisioning algorithm:
Methodology
EMULATION ENVIRONMENT
ORCHESTRATION
PRINCIPLE
NFV SOFTWARE
SDN MODEL
Conclusion
Utilize the usage of network resources.
• Faster, easer and more accurate network adaptation.
• Minimize the co...
Any question please?
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The University of Northampton- Science and Technology Research Conference 2016. Title:The management of distributed SDN in smart cities.

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Keywords:
SDN, Software-Defined Network, NFV, Network Function Virtualization.

The emergence of smart city concept increases the needs for updating the abilities of the traditional network (Loffreda, 2015). The network of smart cities requires updating its topology and services dynamically using management software automate this operation. In addition, it needs to run multiple logical networks over a single network infrastructure similarly to the data centres nowadays. The automation of dynamic behaviour achieves using a novel paradigm of the network that contains forwarding devices have a central management, called Software-Define Network (SDN). SDN provides faster, cheaper and more efficient network. In addition, it strongly supports Network Function Virtualization (NFV), which enables executing the network functions using the software component instead of physical devices (Foundation, 2015). Therefore, NFV enables to run multiple logical networks on the single physical network. Moreover, it enables faster deployment of new services or updates the old ones.
The aim of the research is to develop a management algorithm automates the dynamical adaptation for network topology in smart cities.

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The University of Northampton- Science and Technology Research Conference 2016. Title:The management of distributed SDN in smart cities.

  1. 1. Authors: Ameer Al-Sadi, Ali Al-Sherbaz, James Xue, Scott Turner. School of Science and Technology
  2. 2. Definition. Challenges and Solutions. Case Study. Conclusion.
  3. 3. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges What is the Smart city? • “instrumented, interconnected and intelligent city.” • To forms the technical infrastructure for providing essential services to citizens. Definition. IBM document (Harrison et al., 2010).
  4. 4. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges Smart Cities: Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges Definition.
  5. 5. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges Definition. Smart city Examples
  6. 6. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges Multiple Networks More updates More mobile Devices Network challenges Easer to control Easer to monitor Easer to upgrade Slicing techniques Less distributed control Programmable devices Network Goals Solutions
  7. 7. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges (1) Software Defined Network (SDN) A novel Network Model separate network control from other network operations, and create logically centralize control
  8. 8. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges (2) Network Function Virtualization(NFV) Slicing techniques A software can perform a specific network function runs over network devices and acts as separated logical device. Real Infrastructure
  9. 9. Intelligent sustainable solutions to global challenges Dynamic resources provisioning algorithm:
  10. 10. Methodology EMULATION ENVIRONMENT ORCHESTRATION PRINCIPLE NFV SOFTWARE SDN MODEL
  11. 11. Conclusion Utilize the usage of network resources. • Faster, easer and more accurate network adaptation. • Minimize the consuming of energy. • Reduce the cost of constructing and operating the network.
  12. 12. Any question please?

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