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Adaptive Flowlet Splicing – VCF's Fine-Grained Adaptive Load Balancing Without Packet Re-ordering

Adaptive Flowlet Splicing – VCF's Fine-Grained Adaptive Load Balancing Without Packet Re-ordering

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Multi-path forwarding has been deployed extensively in data center networks as a way to increase capacity and resiliency. Flow-based hashing is widely used to split traffic onto multiple paths. However, such method may work poorly  when there is a small number of  disproportionaly large flows exists. This post will explore a dynamic load balancing mechanism called daptive flowlet splicing (AFS).

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