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Co-located and Orchestrated Network Fabric (CONF): An Automated Cloud Virtual Infrastructure for Social Network Applications

Shi, Zeshun; Zhou, Huan; Hu, Yang; Koulouzis, Spiros; Rubia, Carlos; Zhao, Zhiming


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