Re: [cso] draft updates

Hares Susan <> Wed, 27 October 2010 19:20 UTC

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Your draft and Ning's draft are excellent. The provide a clear description
of what your work is doing.

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Subject: [cso] draft updates



We have updated the following two drafts (01 version).


This draft addresses Network Stratum Query (NS Query) problem statement
focusing on the need for a standard "vertical" query capability from
application to network for summarized/abstracted network load information
that would help application decision for server assignment and/or virtual
machine migration.


This draft addresses the problem of the lack of the global load balancing in
Data Center networks, pointing out the need for the application controller
(a central decision point) to access application resource conditions from
remote Data Centers and the underlying network conditions that may affect
performance objective of the service. 


We have requested a room for a bar bof in Beijing to discuss these issues.
Please feel free to circulate this email to the interested party. 

If you have any comment on these drafts, I encourage you to use this mailing


Look forward to seeing you all in Beijing.