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Blip: JIT and Footloose On The Edge

@article{Edmonds2018BlipJA,
  title={Blip: JIT and Footloose On The Edge},
  author={Andrew Edmonds and Chris Woods and Ana Maria Juan Ferrer and Juan Ribera and Thomas Michael Bohnert},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1806.00039}
}
Edge environments offer a number of advantages for software developers including the ability to create services which can offer lower latency, better privacy, and reduced operational costs than traditional cloud hosted services. However large technical challenges exist, which prevent developers from utilising the Edge; complexities related to the heterogeneous nature of the Edge environment, issues with orchestration and application management and lastly, the inherent issues in creating… 

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