[CCAMP] FW: [mpls] FW: New Version Notification for draft-fuxh-mpls-delay-loss-te-problem-statement-00.txt

"Mcdysan, David E" <dave.mcdysan@verizon.com> Mon, 15 October 2012 15:58 UTC

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On 10/15/12 11:54 AM, "Mcdysan, David E" <dave.mcdysan@verizon.com> wrote:

>This draft has been submitted in response to the comments from the
>We have requested time to present it in the mpls wg in Atlanta.
>There was some discussion that some aspects may be of interest to cccamp,
>so I am cross posting to that list.
>On 10/15/12 11:52 AM, "internet-drafts@ietf.org"
><internet-drafts@ietf.org> wrote:
>>A new version of I-D,
>>has been successfully submitted by Dave McDysan and posted to the
>>IETF repository.
>>Filename:	 draft-fuxh-mpls-delay-loss-te-problem-statement
>>Revision:	 00
>>Title:		 Delay and Loss Traffic Engineering Problem Statement for MPLS
>>Creation date:	 2012-10-15
>>WG ID:		 Individual Submission
>>Number of pages: 14
>>   Deployment and usage of cloud based applications and services that use
>>   an underlying MPLS network are expanding and an increasing number of
>>   applications are extremely sensitive to delay and packet loss.
>>   Furthermore, in cloud computing an additional decision problem arises
>>   simultaneously choosing the data center to host applications along
>>   MPLS network connectivity such that the overall performance of the
>>   application is met. Existing mechanisms exist to measure and monitor
>>   MPLS path performance parameters for packet loss and delay, but only
>>   after the path has been setup. These cloud-based and performance
>>   sensitive applications would benefit from measurement of MPLS network
>>   and potential path information that would be provided for use in the
>>   computation and selection of LSPs.
>>   This document provides a statement of problems faced by these cloud
>>   based and performance sensitive applications and describes
>>   to enable the efficient and accurate measurement of the MPLS network
>>   allow new performance parameters to be reported and used in the
>>   computation of MPLS services in support of these cloud based and
>>   performance sensitive applications.
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