Fog computing: Data analytics and cloud distributed processing on the network edges

Abstract

The term fog computing was coined in 2012. However, the concept of pushing data and application logic to the network edges is not a novelty. Similar proposals were observed with edge computing, from the early 2000s, and cloudlets, from 2009. In fact, the cloudlet concept is a subset of edge computing applied to mobile networks and the fog concept is a… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/SCCC.2016.7836028

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@article{Gonzalez2016FogCD, title={Fog computing: Data analytics and cloud distributed processing on the network edges}, author={Nelson Mimura Gonzalez and Walter Akio Goya and Rosangela de Fatima Pereira and Karen Langona and {\'E}rico Augusto da Silva and Tereza Cristina M. B. Carvalho and Charles Miers and Jan-Erik M{\aa}ngs and Azimeh Sefidcon}, journal={2016 35th International Conference of the Chilean Computer Science Society (SCCC)}, year={2016}, pages={1-9} }