Edge-Fog cloud: A distributed cloud for Internet of Things computations

  title={Edge-Fog cloud: A distributed cloud for Internet of Things computations},
  author={Nitinder Mohan and Jussi Kangasharju},
  journal={2016 Cloudification of the Internet of Things (CIoT)},
Internet of Things typically involves a significant number of smart sensors sensing information from the environment and sharing it to a cloud service for processing. Various architectural abstractions, such as Fog and Edge computing, have been proposed to localize some of the processing near the sensors and away from the central cloud servers. In this paper, we propose Edge-Fog Cloud which distributes task processing on the participating cloud resources in the network. We develop the Least… CONTINUE READING
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