Software Defined Networking: The provisioning of services and applications to the end users in the changing dynamic network infrastructure can be achieved easily and efficiently with software defined networking (SDN). It works by separating the implementation of
control and data plane. In today’s scenario network needs to provide lot more negotiable services rather than being just a fat pipe. It must behave like an intelligent pipe providing the services to the customers and SDN is considered to meet this need.
Data Center Technologies: One of the major concern in networking is to reduce unnecessary consumption of energy as well as provide high performance in a network. The Data centers would like to employ flat (L2) network topology which witnesses large broadcast traffic. The research work focuses on different networking strategies in order to reduce reduce broadcast traffic and latency and improve network performance.
Vehicular Networking and Vehicular Clouds: Vehicular networking has become a significant research area due to its specific features and applications such as standardization, efficient traffic management, road safety and infotainment. The domain works on a number of solutions to address the challenges and issues of vehicular networks. Vehicular Cloud Computing (VCC) is one of the solutions that has a remarkable impact on traffic management and road safety by instantly using vehicular resources, such as computing, storage and internet for decision making.
Web Archiving: The technological tools for archiving the web have been evolving steadily for more than a decade. The best practices and a common model of web archiving have yet to emerge. The Web Archiving Life Cycle Model is an attempt to incorporate the technological and programmatic arms of web archiving into a framework that will be relevant to any organization seeking to archive the web. The archiving of large data and especially for content in vernacular language is a challenge that has challenges to be overcome.