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Service level agreement in Optical Networks

Abstract : This article proposes a Service Level Agreement applied to the optical domain (O-SLA), which is expected to be the near and long term network technology thanks, among other things, to the great bandwidth capacity offered by optical devices. After an exposition of the rationale behind an optical SLA, parameters which could enter in this O-SLA, as well as their values for four classes of services, are proposed. Different client (wavelength or sub-wavelength) and services types (from leased wavelength to bandwidth on demand) are distinguished when necessary.
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Belkacem Daheb, Michel Du-Pond, Olivier Audouin, Bela Barde, Martin Vigoureux, et al.. Service level agreement in Optical Networks. Net-Con 2003 - IFIP 2nd International Conference on Network Control and Engineering for QoS, Security and Mobility, Oct 2003, Muscat, Oman. pp.225-237, ⟨10.1007/978-0-387-35703-4_17⟩. ⟨hal-01531106⟩

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