Volume 8 Issue 4 - July 2017

  • 1. Network layer work based on cloud

    Authors : P Suresh

    Pages : 77-85

    DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21172/1.84.11

    Keywords : cloud, ip address, network, seven layer, protocol.

    Abstract :

    The cloud computing is growing rapidly for it offers on-demand computing power and capacity. The power of cloud enables dynamic scalability of applications facing various business requirements. However, challenges arise when considering the large amount of existing applications. Network architectures define the standards and techniques for designing and building communication systems for computers and other devices. In the past, vendors developed their own architectures and required that other vendors conform to this architecture if they wanted to develop compatible hardware and software. There are proprietary network architectures such as IBM's SNA (Systems Network Architecture) and there are open architectures like the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) model defined by the International Organization for Standardization. The previous strategy, where the computer network is designed with the hardware as the main concern and software is afterthought, no longer works. Network software is now highly structured To reduce the design complexity, most of the networks are organized as a series of layers or levels, each one build upon one below it. n an n-layer architecture, layer n on one machine carries on conversation with the layer n on other machine. The rules and conventions used in this conversation are collectively known as the layer-n protocol. Basically, a protocol is an agreement between the communicating parties on how communication is to proceed. Violating the protocol will make communication more difficult, if not impossible. THIS PAPER responsible for addressing messages and data so they are sent to the correct destination, and for translating logical addresses and names (like a machine name FLAME) into physical addresses. This layer is also responsible for finding a path through the network to the destination computer.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    P Suresh, "Network layer work based on cloud ", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=918&j_id=3833, Volume 8 Issue 4 - July 2017, 77-85, #ijltetorg