mF2C accepted paper in ACM Smartobjects’18 (MobiHoc) Conference

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We are proud to announce that a research paper developed under the mF2C Project, has been accepted for presentation in the ACM Smartobjects’18 (MobiHoc),  to be held on 26-29 June 2018 in the UCLA campus, Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center,  Los Angeles, USA

Title  “mF2C: Towards a Coordinated Management of the IoT-fog-cloud Continuum”,

by  Xavier Masip-Bruin*, Eva Marín-Tordera*, Jordi García*, Ana Juan Ferrer+, Anna Queralt§, Daniele Lezzi§,  Admela Jukan$, Alexander Leckey%, Antonio Salis£, Matic Cankar&, Denis Guilhotç, Cristovao Cordeiro=, Jens Jensen°

* Advanced Network Architectures Lab (CRAAX), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain

+ ATOS SA, Spain

§ Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), Spain

£ Engineering Sardegna, Italy

$ Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

% Intel R&D, Ireland

& XLAB, Slovenia

ç Worldsensing, Spain

° STFC, UK

= SIXSQ, Switzerland

Abstract:

Fog computing enables location dependent resource allocation and low latency services, while fostering novel market and business opportunities in the cloud sector.  Aligned to this trend, we refer to Fog-tocloud (F2C) computing system as a new pool of resources, set into a layered and hierarchical model, intended to ease the entire fog and cloud resources management and coordination. The H2020 project mF2C aims at designing, developing and testing a
first attempt for a real F2C architecture. This document outlines the architecture and main functionalities of the management framework designed in the mF2C project to coordinate the execution of services in the
envisioned set of heterogeneous and distributed resources.

 

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