Contributions to Books:
S. Dustdar, I. Murturi:
"Towards IoT Processes on the Edge";
in: "Next-Gen Digital Services. A Retrospective and Roadmap for Service Computing of the Future",
M. Aiello, A. Bouguettaya, D. Tamburri, W. van den Heuvel (ed.);
Springer Nature Switzerland AG,
Edge computing is a fundamental enabler for the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT). Resources, including compute and storage, are increasingly located at the edge of the network and bridge the gap between the cloud and IoT entities. Edge computing enables low-latency, privacy-awareness, and resilient applications. Many of the applications are in fact business process-based and are distributed over edge as well as cloud resources. Edge devices can be used to analyze high-volume IoT data streams for on-premises monitoring and alerting, and at the same time to aggregate and forward these data to other premises or the cloud for long-term storage and analytics. Many operational and business challenges can be solved by running applications on edge resources or on-premises of Edge-Cloud infrastructure. However, the broad range of IoT application requirements concerning latency, QoS, or fault-tolerance, combined with the heterogeneous and dynamic nature of edge networks, make it particularly challenging to develop, configure, deploy, and operate such applications. In this paper, we discuss some of the research issues with span the domains of business processes engineering and edge computing.
Edge-Cloud continuum, Distributed processes
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