SOP Network Architecture
draft-dalela-sop-architecture-00

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Abstract

Cloud services need to interoperate across cloud providers, service vendors and private/public domains. To enable this interoperability, there is need for network level deployment architecture to connect users and providers. This document describes functionality partitioning in network deployment and the different advantages of using distributed functionality deployments.

Authors

Ashish Dalela (adalela@cisco.com)
Mike Hammer (mphmmr@gmail.com)

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