Distributed Event Monitoring for Software Defined Networks

Title: Distributed Event Monitoring for Software Defined Networks
Authors: Vuong, Q.
Tran, H.M.
Le, S.T.
Keywords: Adaptive Semantic Filtering;Event Filtering;Event Monitoring;Software Defined Network;Syslog
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: Software defined network separates data and control planes that facilitate network management functions, especially enabling programmable network control functions. Event monitoring is a fault management function involved in collecting and filtering event notification messages from network devices. This study presents an approach of distributed event monitoring for software defined network. Monitoring events usually deals with a large amount of event log data, log collecting and filtering processes thus require a high degree of automation and efficiency. This approach takes advantage of the OpenFlow and syslog protocols to collect and store log events obtained from network devices on a syslog server. It also uses the adaptive semantic filtering method to filter and present non-trivial events for system administrators to take further actions. We have evaluated this approach on a network simulation platform and provided some log collection and filtering results with analysis.
Description: Proceedings - 2015 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Applications, ACOMP 2015 29 February 2016, Article number 7422379, Pages 90-97
URI: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7422379/
ISBN: 978-146738234-2
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