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Designs of next-generation Internet architectures propose a diverse and changing set of features in the data path of routers. These routers require high-performance programmable packet processing platforms to allow for dynamic feature deployment and adaptation. In this paper, we present programming abstractions that quantifies processing and storage of network services. We further devise a runtime environment that provides the ability of adaptation to dynamically deployed network services and varying network traffic.
Date of Conference: 14-18 June 2009