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Evaluation of Applications Latency in Server Centric Passive Optical Network Based Data Centre Architectures

by   Azza E. A. Eltraify, et al.

The number of applications running in the cloud has dramatically increased in the past decade as well as the number of users accessing them. Data centres resources, architectures and conditions define the performance of the applications running on them. One of the main measures of the network efficiency is the latency, which can have a huge effect on resources utilisation, power consumption and the overall performance. In this paper, the performance of a fog network is evaluated by measuring the latency while running a facial recognition software. The network consists of two processing cells, a core network and a PON cell. The results show how network latency is affected by running the facial recognition software in the end-to-end network setup introduced in this paper.


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