Publications in Scientific Journals:

M. Villari, M. Fazio, S. Dustdar, O. Rana, R. Ranjan:
"Osmotic Computing: A New Paradigm for Edge/Cloud Integration";
IEEE Cloud Computing, Volume 3 (2016), Issue 6; 76 - 83.

English abstract:
With the promise of potentially unlimited power and scalability,cloud computing (especially infrastructure as a service [IaaS]) supports the deployment of reliable services across several application domains. In the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud solutions can improve the quality of service (QoS), fostering new business opportunities in
multiple domains, such as healthcare, finance, traffic management,
and disaster management. Available mature solutions, such as Amazon IoT and Google Cloud Dataflow, demonstrate the success of cloud-centric IoT programming models and resource orchestration techniques. However, recent technological advances have disrupted the current centralized cloud computing model, moving cloud resources close to users.

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