\mathbb ECHO : An Adaptive Orchestration Platform for Hybrid Dataflows across Cloud and Edge

  title={\mathbb ECHO : An Adaptive Orchestration Platform for Hybrid Dataflows across Cloud and Edge},
  author={Pushkara Ravindra and Aakash Khochare and Sivaprakash Reddy and Sarthak Sharma and Prateeksha Varshney and Yogesh L. Simmhan},
The Internet of Things (IoT) is offering unprecedented observational data that are used for managing Smart City utilities. Edge and Fog gateway devices are an integral part of IoT deployments to acquire real-time data and enact controls. Recently, Edge-computing is emerging as first-class paradigm to complement Cloud-centric analytics. But a key limitation is the lack of a platform-as-aservice for applications spanning Edge and Cloud. Here, we propose ECHO, an orchestration platform for… CONTINUE READING
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