An architecture for resource management in a fog-to-cloud framework
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European Commisision's projectEC-H2020-730929
Fog-to-cloud (F2C) platforms provide an excellent framework for the efficient resource management in the context of smart cities. In such a scenario, a vast number of heterogeneous resources, including computing devices and IoT sensors, are considered in coordination to provide the best facilities. One of the most critical and challenging tasks in this framework is appropriately managing the set of resources available in the smart city. Many devices with different features should be efficiently classified, organized, and selected, to fulfill the requirements during services execution. In this paper, we present the design of an architecture for resource management as part of a core module in an F2C system. In this architecture, we classify both, the system resources and services and, based on the users’ preferences and sharing policies; we discuss the process of resource selection according to a predefined cost model. The cost model could consider any cost dimension, such as performance, energy consumption, or any eventual business model associated with the F2C system.
CitationSengupta, S.; Garcia, J.; Masip, X. An architecture for resource management in a fog-to-cloud framework. A: Workshop on Fog-to-Cloud Distributed Processing. "Euro-Par 2018: Parallel Processing Workshops: Euro-Par 2018 International Workshops: Turin, Italy: August 27-28, 2018: revised selected papers". Berlín: Springer, 2018, p. 275-286.
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