Lavanya Jose ’12

Major

Computer Science

Project Title

Identifying significant real-time traffic on OpenFlow

Presentation Link

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This summer, I worked in Professor Jennifer Rexford’s group in the Department of Computer Science on tools for monitoring traffic on computer networks. To this end, I developed a power-efficient algorithm for identifying “hierarchical heavy hitters” in real-time on a network using commercial hardware and commodity Ternary Content Addressable Memories (TCAMs). I then implemented the algorithm on OpenFlow, an open standard that allows researchers to run experimental protocols in production networks.



Internship Year

2010

Project Category

Climate and Energy

Organization(s)

Computer Science, Princeton University

Mentor(s)

Jennifer Rexford, Professor of Computer Science