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Performance Evaluation and Analysis of Software-Defined Network (SDN) Under Various Traffic Types
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a new networking paradigm proposed to change the perspective of Networking. Although SDN brought several advantages over traditional Networking, it has several issues related to its centralized controller, especially during high traffic load, which can cause high networking latency or eventually lead to network collapse. Thus, performing an analysis specifically addressing this issue is crucial and exciting. The main goal of this work is to analyze the performance of Software Defined Networks under certain traffic types and loads. Furthermore, clear guidelines are required after analyzing the obtained results to ensure network stability and possible security solutions. Multiple scenarios will be implemented, such as using one server with one host as the initial phase to measure the actual throughput and latency. Furthermore, the number of hosts increases as we move forward to analyze the performance of the SDN network at each phase.
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