Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
H. Truong, L. Gao, M. Hammerer:
"Service Architectures and Dynamic Solutions for Interoperability of IoT, Network Functions and Cloud Resources";
Talk: Posters, Tools, and Demos Track at the 12th European Conference on Software Architecture (ECSA 2018),
- 2018-09-28; in: "Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Software Architecture: Companion Proceedings (ECSA 2018)",
Within an IoT Cloud application, various subsystems and layers of IoT, edge and cloud infrastructures are involved and we need to make sure that the involved components and data are interoperable w.r.t. data models, protocols and access policies. Such requirements must be addressed by IoT Cloud applications and platforms. Furthermore, such requirements often need to be fulfilled at runtime. Tackling such requirements requires huge effort in software development tasks to ensure interoperable interfaces, protocols and data. At runtime, it is also extremely challenging to orchestrate and configure software services for interoperability under elastic demands. In this work, we show our rsiHub toolset which allows to dynamically provision resource slices of IoT, network functions and cloud services that are interoperable for requirements from IoT Cloud applications. We combine various software architecture models and designs with runtime techniques to leverage diverse types of metadata, software services, and data processing functions to enable and simplify interoperability tasks for IoT Cloud developers and users. We will demonstrate the rsiHub framework together with IoTCloudSamples to show how our toolset will substantially simplify effort in building complex interoperable IoT Cloud designs through several real world examples.
IoT, cloud, interoperability, provisioning, resource slice
"Official" electronic version of the publication (accessed through its Digital Object Identifier - DOI)
Project Head Hong-Linh Truong:
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