Sujata Banerjee

PGA: Using Graphs to Express and Automatically Reconcile Network Policies

By: 
Chaithan Prakash, Jeongkeun Lee, Yoshio Turner, Joon-Myung Kang, Aditya Akella, Sujata Banerjee, Charles Clark, Yadi Ma, Puneet Sharma, Ying Zhang
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CCR August 2015

Software Defined Networking (SDN) and cloud automation enable a large number of diverse parties (network operators, application admins, tenants/end-users) and control programs (SDN Apps, network services) to generate network policies independently and dynamically. Yet existing policy abstractions and frameworks do not support natural expression and automatic composition of high-level policies from diverse sources. We tackle the open problem of automatic, correct and fast composition of multiple independently specified network policies.

Network Policy Whiteboarding and Composition

By: 
Jeongkeun Lee, Joon-Myung Kang, Chaithan Prakash, Sujata Banerjee, Yoshio Turner, Aditya Akella, Charles Clark, Yadi Ma, Puneet Sharma, Ying Zhang
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CCR August 2015

We present Policy Graph Abstraction (PGA) that graphically expresses network policies and service chain requirements, just as simple as drawing whiteboard diagrams. Different users independently draw policy graphs that can constrain each other. PGA graph clearly captures user intents and invariants and thus facilitates automatic composition of overlapping policies into a coherent policy.

Application-driven bandwidth guarantees in datacenters

By: 
Jeongkeun Lee, Yoshio Turner, Myungjin Lee, Lucian Popa, Sujata Banerjee, Joon-Myung Kang, Puneet Sharma
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CCR August 2014

Providing bandwidth guarantees to specific applications is becoming increasingly important as applications compete for shared cloud network resources. We present CloudMirror, a solution that provides bandwidth guarantees to cloud applications based on a new network abstraction and workload placement algorithm. An effective network abstraction would enable applications to easily and accurately specify their requirements, while simultaneously enabling the infrastructure to provision resources efficiently for deployed applications.

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