Frank Eyermann

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Summary
Student: Frank Eyermann
Title: A Multidomain Auditing System for IP-carrying SLAs
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Affiliation: Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen
Supervisor: Burkhard Stiller (UniZH)
Committee: Burkhard Stiller, Gabi Dreo Rodosek (UniBwM)
Start: 2005
End: 2009
Funding:

Biography

PhD project description

Auditing of Service Level Agreements (SLA) defines the process of monitoring whether a service provider delivers agreed upon service levels or not. While frameworks exist to monitor application-level SLAs, the end-to-end monitoring of IP-carrying SLAs, especially in a multi-domain environment like the Internet, is still an open issue. This work defines an ent-to-end auditing system for IP-carrying SLAs in a multidomain scenario. A special focus is set on the efficient measurement of the SLA parameters.


References

  1. Eyermann, F., Stiller, B. "A Protocol to Support Multi-domain Auditing of Internet-based Transport Services," Second International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection (ICIMP 2007), 2007

Additional information

External links

  • [_URL_ Homepage] of Frank Eyermann
  • Publications of Frank Eyermann, as indexed by DBLP