Abstract

A dynamic bandwidth on demand (BoD) provisioning solution based on time scheduling is experimentally demonstrated on software defined data center optical networks (SD-DCON) testbed. The performance of blocking probability and resource utilization for multi-tenants has been evaluated with experimental results.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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