Cloud compute and storage services should be deployed and managed independently; huge datasets need to be shipped from the storage service to the compute service to analyse the data.
Data skipping is a technique which minimizes the amount of data sent across the network for SQL style analytics on structured data.
Mobility databases usually do not contain weather information, thus hindering the joint analysis of mobility and weather data. Motivated by this evident need of many real-life applications, in this paper, we develop a system for integrating mobility data with external weather sources.DOWNLOAD
To achieve both flexibility and efficiency, we propose a data-centric programming model called Fog Function and also introduce its underlying orchestration mechanism that leverages three types of contexts: data context, system context, and usage context.DOWNLOAD
In order to provide this adaptation efficiently, we propose a Reinforcement Learning (RL) based Orchestration for Elastic ServicesDOWNLOAD