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A Fog Computing Solution for Advanced Security, Storage Techniques for Platform Infrastructure

EasyChair Preprint no. 7460

14 pagesDate: February 15, 2022

Abstract

Fog computing is defined as a distributed computing paradigm that fundamentally extends the services provided by the cloud to the edge of the network. Cisco defines it as fog computing is considered as an extension of the cloud computing paradigm from the core of network to the edge of the network. It facilitates the computation, storage and networking between the end devices and the traditional cloud servers. Instead of running application only in the cloud, fog computing involves the cloud as well as the edge devices between the end devices and cloud servers to run the application. Cisco defines it as fog computing is considered as an extension of the cloud computing paradigm from the core of network to the edge of the network. It facilitates the computation, storage and networking between the end devices and the traditional cloud servers. Instead of running application only in the cloud, fog computing involves the cloud as well as the edge devices between the end devices and cloud servers to run the application. Fog computing takes advantages of both edge and cloud computing while it benefits from edge devices’ close proximity to the endpoints, it also leverages the on-demand scalability of cloud resources[8]. It basically reduces the load on the cloud server by efficiently using the resources available in the edge nodes to do partial computation and also it reduces the traffic to the cloud server by doing filtering operations in the nodes. There are mainly two concepts which are usually confused with fog computing. These concepts are Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) and Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC). MCC basically suggests that both the data storage and data processing is done outside the mobile in a cloud.

Keyphrases: Cloud Computing, Fog Computing, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, virtualization DES Rouge DC

BibTeX entry
BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
@Booklet{EasyChair:7460,
  author = {Anil Kumar Gardasu and Rohith Kumar Kotha},
  title = {A Fog Computing Solution for Advanced Security, Storage Techniques for Platform Infrastructure},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 7460},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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