Considerations for Benchmarking Service Function Chain
draft-kim-bmwg-sfc-benchmark-00

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Abstract

Service Function Chain(SFC) is a ordered set of service functions. Packets flow restrictively at the service functions according to the order. To enable a network service, operator composes the service function chain logically. Though SFC is efficient where network/ service requirements are dynamically changing, the reliability of SFC should be guaranteed. This memo describes the considerations for benchmarking SFC reliability.

Authors

Taekhee Kim (taekhee.kim@kt.com)
Bummo Koo (bm.koo@kt.com)
Jisu Park (jisu.park@kt.com)
EunKyoung Paik (eun.paik@kt.com)

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