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NetSoft 2020 - IEEE Conference on Network Softwarization

Date2020-06-29 - 2020-07-03


VenueGhent, Belgium Belgium



Topics/Call fo Papers

The IEEE Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft 2020) will be held on 29 June - 3 July 2020 in Ghent, Belgium. Themed “Bridging the gap between AI and Network Softwarization,” NetSoft 2020 will serve as a forum to discuss the latest advances in network softwarization technologies, AI-based software-defined networks, autonomic networking, policy-based network management, network slicing, and other related research areas that are anticipated to radically transform today’s networks.
IEEE NetSoft 2020 will feature technical paper presentations, keynotes, tutorials, workshops, demos and exhibitions from world-leading experts representing service providers, vendors, research institutes, open source projects and academia.
We invite submissions of technical papers that address, but are not limited to, the following topics:
Programmable SDN and NFV: languages and architectures
Softwarized cloud, fog and edge infrastructures
Cognitive and autonomic networking
AI techniques to support network automation
Big data analytics for managing softwarized networks
Network slicing and slice management
Mobility management in software networks
Policy-based and intent-based Networking
Centralized vs distributed control, management & orchestration
Abstractions and virtualization of resources, services and functions
Service Function Chaining
Container/microservice-based network functions
Efficient network/service monitoring in SDN/NFV
QoS and QoE in softwarized infrastructures
Resilience, reliability, and robustness of softwarized networks
Network softwarization for 5G
Network management at the edge for low-latency services
Cooperative multi-domain, multi-tenant SDN/NFV environments
Security, Safety, Trust and Privacy in virtualized environments
SDN switch/router architecture and design
Dynamic resource discovery and negotiation schemes
Lifecycle management of network software
DevOps methodologies for network softwarization
Debugging and introspection of software-defined systems
Softwarized platforms for Internet of Things (IoT)
Energy efficient and green software-defined infrastructures (SDI)
Transition strategies from existing networks to SDN/NFV
New value chains and service models enabled by softwarization
Socio-economic impact and regulations for softwarization
Experience reports from experimental testbeds and deployments

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