Community home gateways for P2P clouds
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P2P based clouds built with low-end devices and voluntarily contributed resources have been proposed by several authors. While some work was published on architectures and decentralized P2P-based mechanisms for such clouds, yet no complete system has been presented which implements such cloud systems without important limitations. We present the community home gateway, a computer system attached to a wireless community network router, able to host platform and application services. Different to current home gateways and other low-end systems, the community home gateway offers resource virtualization, and can thus be used as cloud resource. The community home gateway removes the lack of a system open for service contributions and therefore constitutes an important step for researchers and developers towards building P2P clouds with low-end devices. While we present the community home gateway as being part of a P2P community cloud, the applications scenarios of the system that can be imagined go beyond community networks.
CitacióEscrich, P. [et al.]. Community home gateways for P2P clouds. A: International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing. "13th IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing: IEEE P2P 2013: Trento, Italy: September 9-11, 2013: proceedings". Trento: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013, p. 1-2.
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