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Energy-efficient fault-tolerant scheduling in a fog-based smart monitoring application

Ali Shahidinejad, Mohsen Nickray, Ahmad Sharif
2021 International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing  
To counter this issue, we propose a novel fault-tolerant scheduling algorithm for hybrid modules in fog.  ...  Fault tolerance becomes a necessary matter to enhance the reliability of the fog. Notably, fault tolerance studies have been performed only on the cloud system.  ...  System model for fault-tolerant scheduling method We propose an innovative model for fault-tolerant scheduling in fog.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijahuc.2021.10035244 fatcat:vxxq6fbqy5ezro7kauuz44znji

A Fault Tolerant Data Management Scheme for Healthcare Internet of Things in Fog Computing

2021 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
A two way fault-tolerant mechanism i.e., task-based faulttolerance and node-based fault-tolerance, is provided in FTDM through which failure of tasks and nodes are managed.  ...  A novel scheme for Fault Tolerant Data management (FTDM) for healthcare IoT in Fog Computing is proposed in this paper.  ...  A low-latency and energy-efficient scheduling scheme Greedy Knapsack Scheduling (GKS) was proposed in [12] .  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2021.01.003 fatcat:r4ixzxje4bgrdorfjzcy4c7coa

A Manifesto for Modern Fog and Edge Computing: Vision, New Paradigms, Opportunities, and Future Directions [chapter]

Sukhpal Singh Gill
2021 EAI/Springer Innovations in Communication and Computing  
This chapter presents a manifesto for modern fog and edge computing systems based on the current research trends. Further, architectures and applications of fog and edge computing are explained.  ...  The advancements in the use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is increasing continuously and generating huge amounts of data in a fast manner.  ...  Application Design How to design new energy-efficient IoT applications for better utilization of fog/edge resources?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-74402-1_13 fatcat:73kryyg22va3vp35ybfnasocim

Fog Computing: Survey of Trends, Architectures, Requirements, and Research Directions

2018 IEEE Access  
We also discuss existing research works and gaps in resource allocation and scheduling, fault tolerance, simulation tools, and Fog-based microservices.  ...  One of the key challenges in running IoT applications in a Fog computing environment are resource allocation and task scheduling.  ...  The application scheduling component takes care of these applications based on various objectives. This layer also has energy saving components, which manage resources in an energy-efficient manner.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2018.2866491 fatcat:eohm7vdbpvdazkv7afmwml6eui

Fog Computing: Survey of Trends, Architectures, Requirements, and Research Directions [article]

Ranesh Kumar Naha, Saurabh Garg, Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Prem Prakash Jayaraman, Longxiang Gao, Yong Xiang, Rajiv Ranjan
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We also discuss existing research works and gaps in resource allocation and scheduling, fault tolerance, simulation tools, and Fog-based microservices.  ...  Fog computing research is still in its infancy, and taxonomy-based investigation into the requirements of Fog infrastructure, platform, and applications mapped to current research is still required.  ...  Many open research issues can be addressed by implementing Fog-based micro services; these include service management, scheduling, monitoring, fault tolerance, security, and privacy. E.  ... 
arXiv:1807.00976v1 fatcat:tbgtjxn7kratpcg46hvmkqzm34

The Internet of Energy: Smart Sensor Networks and Big Data Management for Smart Grid

Manar Jaradat, Moath Jarrah, Abdelkader Bousselham, Yaser Jararweh, Mahmoud Al-Ayyoub
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Smart sensor networks provide numerous opportunities for smart grid applications including power monitoring, demand-side energy management, coordination of distributed storage, and integration of renewable  ...  We explore the different applications of smart sensor networks in the domain of smart power grid.  ...  It is designed to handle big data in real-time with a highly scalable, available, and fault-tolerant architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.07.250 fatcat:mcaqczftgzfrrc3vdj5gsosa6y

Smart-Contract Aware Ethereum and Client-Fog-Cloud Healthcare System

Abdullah Lakhan, Mazin Abed Mohammed, Ahmed N. Rashid, Seifedine Kadry, Thammarat Panityakul, Karrar Hameed Abdulkareem, Orawit Thinnukool
2021 Sensors  
The research develops a new, cost-effective and stable IoMT framework based on a blockchain-enabled fog cloud.  ...  The study devises an IoMT system based on different algorithm techniques, such as Blockchain-Enable Smart-Contract Cost-Efficient Scheduling Algorithm Framework (BECSAF) schemes.  ...  This work proposed a Practical Aware-Byzantine-Fault-Tolerance scheme that operates any failure in the system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21124093 fatcat:r3736cxjgbfwzdffkh5sbe27f4


2020 Applied Computer Science  
Transferringdata cleansing and parts ofcalculations towards these edge-level networks improves system's, latency, energy consumption, network bandwidth and computational resources utilization, fault tolerance  ...  On the other hand, these fog nodes are resource-constrained, have extremely distributed andheterogeneous nature, lack horizontal scalability, and, thus, the vanilla SOAapproach is not applicable to them  ...  (Oma, Nakamura, & Duolikun, 2019) advocates a fault-tolerant tree-based fog network model. Each node calculates input from data obtained from one or more child nodes with sensors being leaves.  ... 
doi:10.23743/acs-2020-25 doaj:9c265d7a008f44f1b30b80e6d662abae fatcat:fvw4pg5mjves5dptfqi2dua434

Leveraging Fog Computing for Scalable IoT Datacenter Using Spine-Leaf Network Topology

K. C. Okafor, Ifeyinwa E. Achumba, Gloria A. Chukwudebe, Gordon C. Ononiwu
2017 Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering  
Besides, the scalability requirements found in the current IoT data processing (in the cloud) can hardly be used for applications such as assisted living systems, Big Data analytic solutions, and smart  ...  Consequently, a spine-leaf Fog computing network (SL-FCN) is presented for reducing latency and network congestion issues in a highly distributed and multilayer virtualized IoT datacenter environment.  ...  The work analyzed an efficient, fault-tolerant, self-organizing data placement and query model NetCloud based on DCell datacenter design architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/2363240 fatcat:7x7xvrmuf5dm7ixlu4m33ryxta

Fog Computing for Smart Grids: Challenges and Solutions [article]

Linna Ruan, Shaoyong Guo, Xuesong Qiu, Rajkumar Buyya
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this chapter, we aim to offer a comprehensive analysis of application of Fog computing in Smart grids. We begin with an overview of Smart grids and Fog computing.  ...  They can contribute to the reduction of harmful gas emission, and support two-way information flow to enhance energy efficiency, along with small-scale Microgrids, acting as a promising solution to cope  ...  Based on characteristics, these applications can be categorized into two types, the flexible real-time ones, the fault tolerant but continuity-required ones.  ... 
arXiv:2006.00812v3 fatcat:crujhzi3ebb47dleabpdtazxgq

QoS-aware CR-BM-based hybrid framework to improve the fault tolerance of fog devices

P. Sharma, P. K. Gupta
2021 Journal of Applied Research and Technology  
In this paper, a hybrid framework is proposed, which incorporates the various IoT devices in fog environments to enhance fault tolerance.  ...  A fog service monitor is established to observe the performance of fog nodes.  ...  These checkpoints also access the scheduler and resource server in the fog monitor.  ... 
doi:10.22201/icat.24486736e.2021.19.1.1493 fatcat:svn7es574vfhxjifrv7hfn6opi

A Scheduling Mechanism Based on Optimization Using IoT-Tasks Orchestration for Efficient Patient Health Monitoring

Naeem Iqbal, Imran Imran, Shabir Ahmad, Rashid Ahmad, Do-Hyeun Kim
2021 Sensors  
This study presents a smart patient health monitoring system (PHMS) based on an optimized scheduling mechanism using IoT-tasks orchestration architecture to monitor vital signs data of remote patients.  ...  The proposed smart PHMS consists of two core modules: a healthcare task scheduling based on optimization and optimization of healthcare services using a real-time IoT-based task orchestration architecture  ...  -H.K. supervised and proof-read the study of scheduling mechanism based on optimization using IoT-tasks orchestration for efficient patient health monitoring.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21165430 pmid:34450872 pmcid:PMC8398651 fatcat:vs7od3ck6rbu5belc6du5c6kau

Transformative effects of IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence on cloud computing: Evolution, vision, trends and open challenges [article]

Sukhpal Singh Gill, Shreshth Tuli, Minxian Xu, Inderpreet Singh, Karan Vijay Singh, Dominic Lindsay, Shikhar Tuli, Daria Smirnova, Manmeet Singh, Udit Jain, Haris Pervaiz, Bhanu Sehgal, Sukhwinder Singh Kaila (+4 others)
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Cloud computing plays a critical role in modern society and enables a range of applications from infrastructure to social media.  ...  In order to understand current and future challenges of such system, there is a need to identify key technologies enabling future applications.  ...  For IoT applications, the replication-based fault tolerant techniques are efficient, which can improve the latency and response time of task.  ... 
arXiv:1911.01941v1 fatcat:seyqgzhqk5cwfdaav2dcjpv254

Dependability in fog computing: Challenges and solutions

Alraddady et al., La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
2021 International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences  
Therefore, fog computing was introduced in 2012 by Cisco as a decentralized computing environment that is considered to be more efficient in handling such a plethora in the number of requests.  ...  In the paper, we explore several solutions to increase dependability in fog computing such as fault tolerance techniques, placement policies, middleware, and data management mechanisms aiming to help system  ...  Fog computing applications in smart cities can be used to monitor public security in a form of smart cameras for CCTV which generate a huge amount of data that makes it very challenging to be processed  ... 
doi:10.21833/ijaas.2021.04.010 fatcat:d7uh4qxp5jeyndsulvkk7sttgy

Applications of Integrated IoT-Fog-Cloud Systems to Smart Cities: A Survey

Nader Mohamed, Jameela Al-Jaroodi, Sanja Lazarova-Molnar, Imad Jawhar
2021 Electronics  
Utilizing this powerful platform will provide many opportunities for enhancing and optimizing applications in energy, transportation, healthcare, and other areas.  ...  In this paper we survey various applications of iIFCs for smart cities. We identify different common issues associated with utilizing iIFCs for smart city applications.  ...  However, there are more issues to be addressed with regard to achieving fault-tolerant fog computing for large IoT-based environments such as smart cities [133] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10232918 fatcat:nvtuswyafjaexhf55bj6i36oey
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