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Experiments with Fog Applications in the Cloud: Automated Execution

EasyChair Preprint no. 8023

4 pagesDate: May 22, 2022


Fog computing is a novel processing and storage paradigm for computing resources on the ground, in the cloud, and perhaps anyplace in between. However, the fog of testing and benchmarking packages is a concern since runtime infrastructure will be required or may not yet exist. Although procedures for modelling infrastructure test beds exist, they are mostly focused on mimicking area devices. Other strategies employ the intermediary to imitate infrastructure; they can leverage the network or the cloud. As a result, automated test orchestration is not possible. We suggest assessing fog packages on a cloud-based, emulated infrastructure test bed that may be altered according to a pre-defined orchestration strategy in this research. Developers have total control over the layout of the infrastructure.

Keyphrases: 1 Experiment orchestration, 2 fog computing, 3 mockfog, 4 testing, 5 benchmarking, 6 infrastructure emulation.

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  author = {K Iyswaryalakshmi and S Priyanka and M.O Ramkumar and D Jayakumar},
  title = {Experiments with Fog Applications in the Cloud: Automated Execution},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 8023},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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