Hierarchical Content Stores in High-speed ICN Routers: Emulation and Prototype Implementation

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Recent work motivates the design of Information-centric rou-ters that make use of hierarchies of memory to jointly scale in the size and speed of content stores. The present paper advances this understanding by (i) instantiating a general purpose two-layer packet-level caching system, (ii) investigating the solution design space via emulation, and (iii) introducing a proof-of-concept prototype. The emulation-based study reveals insights about the broad design space, the expected impact of workload, and gains due to multi-threaded execution. The full-blown system prototype experimentally confirms that, by exploiting both DRAM and SSD memory technologies, ICN routers can sustain cache operations in excess of 10Gbps running on off-the-shelf hardware.

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Rodrigo Mansilha, Lorenzo Saino, Marinho Barcellos, Massimo Gallo, E. Leonardi, et al.. Hierarchical Content Stores in High-speed ICN Routers: Emulation and Prototype Implementation. ACM SIGCOMM Conference on Information-Centric Networking (ICN'15), Sep 2015, San Francisco, United States. ⟨hal-01279356⟩

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