Cloud-edge coupling to mitigate execution failures
Source of Publication
Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
This paper examines the doability of cloud-edge coupling to mitigate execution failures and hence, achieve business process continuity. These failures are the result of disruptions that impact the cycles of consuming cloud resources and/or edge resources. Cloud/Edge resources are subject to restrictions like limitedness and non-shareability that increase the complexity of resuming execution operations to the extent that some of these operations could be halted, which means failures. To mitigate failures, cloud and edge resources are synchronized using messages allowing proper consumption of these resources. A Microsoft Azure-based testbed simulating cloud-edge coupling is also presented in the paper.
cloud computing, edge computing, failure, resource management
Maamar, Zakaria and Khafajiy, Mohammed Al, "Cloud-edge coupling to mitigate execution failures" (2021). All Works. 4198.
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