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Schedulers for Hybrid Data Center Networks

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Designing scalable and cost-effective data center interconnect architectures for future bandwidth requirements based on electrical packet switches (EPS) is challenging. This has resulted in exploration of various hybrid switching architectures for data centers, wherein an circuit switch is used alongside an EPS . Existing works focus on static scheduling and flow classification at switches. I will describe some initial ideas on dynamic scheduling and the advantages of flow classification at hosts for hybrid data center networks.

This is a practice talk for Eurosys Doctoral Workshop.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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