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Edge-Based Cloud Computing as a Feasible Network Paradigm

@inproceedings{Elizondo2009EdgeBasedCC,
  title={Edge-Based Cloud Computing as a Feasible Network Paradigm},
  author={Joe Elizondo and Samuel Palmer},
  year={2009}
}
The term edge based cloud computing refers to a network of edge systems that provide the services currently provided by data center clouds. In this paper we present modifications to MRPerf, an existing tool used to simulate MapReduce in data center clouds, enabling it to simulate Hadoop MapReduce jobs in edge networks. Our results indicate that the default Hadoop scheduler does not perform optimally in an edge environment and should be replaced. We also conclude that bandwidth is not a limiting… 

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