State of the art in software defined networking (SDN)
Authors: Miguel Ángel Barrera Pérez; Neider Yampol Serrato Losada; Elisa Rojas Sánchez; Giovani Mancilla Gaona
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The growth of networks at a global level is inevitable due to the increase of users, devices and applications, such as: Internet of Things (IoT), processing and analysis of large amounts of information (Big Data), or streaming audio and video, which has demanded from the systems, greater storage resources and bandwidth. To this purpose, diverse paradigms have emerged for the centralized management of all the components of a network through fully administrable, centralized and dynamic technological platforms; among these is SDN (Software-Defined Networks). This document, consequently, establishes the state-of-art from a documentary research of a categorical type to be used as a frame of reference for research in the area of SDN by the Research Group of New Technologies of Social Application GIDENUTAS ascribed to the University Francisco Jose de Caldas. This is chronologically limited to a review, from 2007 until today, focused on the countries that have promoted the development and implementation of this new paradigm, using databases such as IEEE Xplore, Google Scholar, as well as documents from standardization organizations such as ONF and ITU.