Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
L. Carnevale, A. Celesti, A. Galletta, S. Dustdar, M. Villari:
"From the Cloud to Edge and IoT: a Smart Orchestration Architecture for Enabling Osmotic Computing";
Talk: 6th International Workshop on Cloud Computing Project and Initiatives (CCPI 2018) in conjunction with IEEE AINA 2018,
- 2018-05-18; in: "Proceedings of the 32nd IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops, IEEE WAINA 2018",
L. Barolli, M. Takizawa, T. Enokido, M. Ogiela, L. Ogiela, N. Javaid (ed.);
The latest technological and conceptual developments have destroyed the centralized Cloud Computing model, moving Cloud services in emerging ICT infrastructures such as Edge, Fog and Internet of Things (IoT) that are closer to end users. Specifically, current Cloud computing programming models and resource orchestration techniques are challenged by the recent evolution of the IoT phenomenon because smart devices are becoming more and more pervasive, powerful and inexpensive. Therefore, services need to be place near such devices. In this regard, the Osmotic Computing aims to provide a new computing paradigm based on the deployment and migration strategies related to the infrastructures and applications requirements across Cloud, Edge, Fog an IoT layers. In this scientific paper, we investigate the Smart Orchestration of a new software abstraction called MicroELement (MEL), that encapsulates resources, services and data necessary to run IoT applications. Several use cases are presented for describing the Artificial Intelligence processes that enables the MELs deployment.
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