Resilience Analysis of Software-Defined Networks Using Queueing Networks
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Software-Defined Networks (SDN) are being adopted widely and are also likely to be deployed as the infrastructure of systems with critical real-time properties such as Industrial Control Systems (ICS). This raises the question of what security and performance guarantees can be given for the data plane of such critical systems and whether any control plane actions will adversely affect these guarantees, particularly for quality of service in real-time systems. In this paper we study the existing literature on the analysis of SDN using queueing networks and show ways in which models need to be extended to study attacks that are based on arrival rates and service time distributions of flows in SDN.