Organized by GI/ITG Technical Committee on "Measurement, Modelling and Evaluation of Computing Systems (MMB)"

CONFERENCE CHAIR

Reinhard German (FAU Erlangen)

LOCAL ORGANIZATION

Kai-Steffen Hielscher (FAU Erlangen)
Marco Pruckner (FAU Erlangen)


TOOLS CHAIR

Markus Siegle (UBw Munich)

PUBLICATION CHAIR

Udo Krieger (U Bamberg)

WEB CHAIR

Anatoli Djanatliev (FAU Erlangen)

INDUSTRIAL TRACK CHAIR

Thomas Herpel (IEE)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Robert Basmadjian (U Passau)
Marcel Baunach (TU Graz)
Peter Buchholz (TU Dortmund)
Hans Daduna (U Hamburg)
Markus Fidler (U Hannover)
Anno Förster (U Bremen)
Reinhard German (U Erlangen)
Gerhard Haßlinger (Dt. Telekom AG)
Boudewijn Haverkort (EWI/U Twente)
Tobias Hoßfeld (U Dusiburg-Essen)
Holger Hermanns (U Saarbrücken)
Joost-Pieter Katoen (RWTH Aachen)
Peter Kemper (Coll. of William and Mary)
Samuel Kounev (U Würzburg)
Udo Krieger (U Bamberg)
Kai Lampka (Elektrobit Automotive)
Wolfram Lautenschläger (Nokia)
Ralf Lehnert (TU Dresden)
Hermann de Meer (U Passau)
Michael Menth (U Tübingen)
Peter Reichl (U Wien)
Anne Remke (U Münster)
Johannes Riedl (Siemens AG)
Oliver Rose (UBw Munich)
Ramin Sadre (U Catholique de Lovain)
Jens Schmitt (TU Kaiserslautern)
Markus Siegle (UBw Munich)
Helena Szczerbicka (U Hannover)
Andreas Timm-Giel (TU Hamburg)
Dietmar Tutsch (U Wuppertal)
Kurt Tutschku (BTH Karlskrona)
Oliver Waldhorst (HsKA Karlsruhe)
Max Walter (Siemens AG)
Verena Wolf (U Saarbrücken)
Bernd Wolfinger (U Hamburg)
Katinka Wolter (FU Berlin)
Armin Zimmermann (TU Ilmenau)



Special Session on SDN/NFV


Call for Papers - [PDF]

February XX, 2018, Erlangen, Germany


General Information:
The way networks are structured and operated today poses a significant financial issue to Internet Service Providers and restricts innovation in the cloud and service provider space. New networking paradigms like Software-Defined Networking (SDN) or Network Function Virtualization (NFV) overcome these limitations by moving network control and data plane functions into software running on commodity hardware. Hence, these technologies overcome limitations of current network architectures and allow a more dynamic and flexible control of the network resources. As with every new technology or paradigm many challenges, e.g., from the operational point of view, arise.

This special session seeks contributions in the area of measurements, modeling and evaluation of SDN/NFV.

Topics of interest for submission include:
  • Architectures, applications, and use cases for SDN/NFV
  • Monitoring approaches in the context of SDN/NFV
  • Reliability, availability and serviceability considerations for SDN/NFV
  • Theoretical foundations of SDN/NFV networks
  • SDN/NFV in critical infrastructures
  • Network function chaining using SDN/NFV

Organizers
  • Thomas Zinner, University of Würzburg, Germany
  • Ognjen Dobrijević, University of Zagreb, Croatia