Publications

Publications with IMDEA Networks

Journal Articles [2]

  1. Juan Camilo Cardona, Stefano Vissicchio, Paolo Lucente, Pierre Francois (February 2016)
    "I Can’t Get No Satisfaction": Helping Autonomous Systems Identify Their Unsatisfied Inter-domain Interests [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management , 13 (1). pp. 43-57. ISSN 1932-4537
  2. Juan Camilo Cardona, Rade Stanojevic (April 2012)
    A History of an Internet eXchange Point [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    ACM Computer Communication Review, 42 (2). pp. 58-64. ISSN 0146-4833

Conference and Workshop Papers [6]

  1. Clarence Filsfils, Nagendra Kumar Nainar, Carlos Pignataro, Juan Camilo Cardona, Pierre Francois (December 2015)
    The Segment Routing Architecture [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    In: The 13th IEEE Global Communications Conference, Exhibition & Industry Forum (IEEE GLOBECOM 2015), 6-10 December 2015, San Diego, California, USA
  2. Juan Camilo Cardona, Rade Stanojevic, Nikolaos Laoutaris (December 2014)
    Collaborative Consumption for Mobile Broadband: A Quantitative Study [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    In: The 10th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT 2014), 2-5 December 2014, Sydney, Australia
  3. Ignacio Castro, Juan Camilo Cardona, Sergey Gorinsky, Pierre Francois (December 2014)
    Remote Peering: More Peering without Internet Flattening [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    In: The 10th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT 2014), 2-5 December 2014, Sydney, Australia
  4. Juan Camilo Cardona, Pierre Francois, Paolo Lucente (July 2014)
    Collection and Analysis of data for Inter-domain Traffic Engineering [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    In: I Workshop Pré-IETF, The 34th conference of the Brazilian Society of Computation (CSBC 2014), 28-31 July 2014, Brasília, Brazil
  5. Juan Camilo Cardona, Rade Stanojevic, Rubén Cuevas (March 2013)
    On Weather and Internet Traffic Demand [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    In: The Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM 2013), 18-19 March 2013, Hong Kong, China
  6. Juan Camilo Cardona, Rade Stanojevic (October 2012)
    IXP traffic: a macroscopic view [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    In: The 7th Latin American Networking Conference 2012, 4-5 October 2012, Medellín, Colombia

Standardization [4]

  1. Juan Camilo Cardona, Pierre Francois, Paolo Lucente (June 2015)
    Impact of BGP filtering on Inter-Domain Routing Policies. draft-ietf-grow-filtering-threats-06 (IETF Internet Draft) [PDF Download PDF in new window]
  2. Pierre Francois, Juan Camilo Cardona, Adam Simpson, Jeffrey Haas (February 2014)
    ADD-PATH for Route Servers. draft-francois-idr-rs-addpaths-00 (IETF Internet Draft) [PDF Download PDF in new window]
  3. Pierre Francois, Juan Camilo Cardona, Adam Simpson, Jeffrey Haas (February 2014)
    ADD-PATH limit capability. draft-francois-idr-addpath-limit-00 (IETF Internet Draft) [PDF Download PDF in new window]
  4. Juan Camilo Cardona, Pierre Francois, Saikat Ray, Keyur Patel, Paolo Lucente , Pradosh Mohapatra (July 2013)
    BGP Path Marking. draft-bgp-path-marking-00 (IETF Internet Draft) [PDF Download PDF in new window]

Theses [2]

  1. Juan Camilo Cardona (May 2016)
    Inter-domain traffic management in an evolving Internet peering ecosystem [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    Phd thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
    Supervisors:
    Dr. Pierre Francois, Cisco Systems
  2. Juan Camilo Cardona (September 2011)
    Empirical characterization of Internet Exchange Points [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    Masters thesis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
    Supervisors:
    Dr. Rade Stanojevic, IMDEA Networks Institute, Madrid, Spain
    Dr. Rubén Cuevas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Technical Reports [1]

  1. Juan Camilo Cardona, Rade Stanojevic, Rubén Cuevas (September 2012)
    On Weather and Internet Traffic Demand - Technical Report ( TR-Institute IMDEA-Networks-2012-3 ) [PDF Download PDF in new window]
    The weather is known to have a major impact on demand of utilities such as electricity or gas. Given that the Internet usage is strongly tied with human activity, one could guess the existence of similar correlation between its traffic demand and the weather conditions. In this paper, empirical in nature, we demonstrate and quantify such correlation between weather conditions and the Internet traffic demand on different time-scales (from hourly to yearly). For that purpose we collect and use the data from 8 Internet eXchange Points (IXP), geographically spread on 5 different continents, as indicators of the Internet demand in those particular areas. We observe that the seasonal traffic demand variability exists in the locations with large yearly variations in temperature, while the traffic demand in locations close to the equator (with low variability of temperature) is season independent. Using a fine-grain dataset, from three European IXPs, we show that precipitation increases the traffic demand for up to 6%, and somewhat surprisingly that in regards to the impact of precipitation on the demand all major types of ISPs (mobile, residential, content, etc.) observe very similar behavior. One of the implications of the observed time-of-the-day dependent impact of the precipitation is that precipitation has a mild impact on the IP transit costs. Finally, we hint on the possible benefits of the seasonal variations on the energy-proportional computing and scheduling large-scale software releases.

Previous Publications

Conference and Workshop Papers

  1. Juan Camilo Cardona Restrepo, Claus Gruber, Carmen Mas Machuca. Energy Profile Aware Routing. In First International Workshop on Green Communications IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), June 2009. Dresden, Germany

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