In scenarios where resource locality is the key, Fog Computing helps in bringing the potentialities of Everythingas-a-Service (XaaS) closer to the end user, reducing both service time and load on the Cloud infrastructure. We designed and developed FORCH, a service model-aware Fog Computing orchestrator to dynamically allocate services and manage resources available on Fog nodes, in order to provide for different needs of the end users. An experimental test bed to validate FORCH architecture has been implemented and will be the subject of our live demonstration, showing the feasibility of the proposed approach running on different Fog node types and with different service models.

FORCH: An Orchestrator for Fog Computing service deployment

Davoli G.;Borsatti D.;Tarchi D.;Cerroni W.
2020

Abstract

In scenarios where resource locality is the key, Fog Computing helps in bringing the potentialities of Everythingas-a-Service (XaaS) closer to the end user, reducing both service time and load on the Cloud infrastructure. We designed and developed FORCH, a service model-aware Fog Computing orchestrator to dynamically allocate services and manage resources available on Fog nodes, in order to provide for different needs of the end users. An experimental test bed to validate FORCH architecture has been implemented and will be the subject of our live demonstration, showing the feasibility of the proposed approach running on different Fog node types and with different service models.
Proc. IFIP Networking 2020 Conference and Workshops
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Davoli G.; Borsatti D.; Tarchi D.; Cerroni W.
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