Team: Praveen Kumar and Matthew Volk Paper: Xpander: Towards Optimal-Performance Datacenters. CoNEXT ’16 1. Introduction Today’s datacenters suffer from sub-optimal performance as measured by many metrics, in particular: (1) network […]
Team Andrew Fang, Emre Orbay Paper Mittal, R., Dukkipati, N., Blem, E., Wassel, H., Ghobadi, M., Vahdat, A., … & Zats, D. (2015, August). TIMELY: RTT-based Congestion Control for the […]
Radhakrishnan et. al propose a new scheme (Fast Open) that allows clients to send data with their first packet (SYN) to the server. Their goal is to describe a scheme that allows for data to be sent from server to client in the first round trip without introducing significant vulnerabilities to denial-of-service attacks.
Stephen Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) Alex Trytko (email@example.com) CS244 – Winter 2013 Stanford University Introduction With the rising popularity of services such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, and Vudu, video traffic comprises an […]
Ahmed Aljunied and aatreya Introduction Mosh (“mobile shell”) is a new terminal application designed to be robust to intermittent connectivity, changes in IP addresses, packet loss, and long round-trip times. […]
Team : Aditya Gudipati (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dinesh Bharadia(email@example.com) Topic : Analyze performance of different switch scheduling algorithms under asymmetric and uniform traffic patterns Key Results : PIM with 4 iterations performs […]
Team: Wendy Mu and Bridget Vuong 1. Goals In datacenter networking, it is hard to ensure good performance across a variety of flow sizes, especially when latency-sensitive short flows are […]