Proactive Resource Orchestration Framework for Cloud/Fog Platform

A new paper from our work on cloud systems, orchestration and networking has just been accepted to the 28th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), to be held in July 2023 in Tunis, Tunisia!

Details: Mazumdar, Somnath and Dreibholz, Thomas: «Proactive Resource Orchestration Framework for Cloud/Fog Platform» (PDF, 223 KiB), in Proceedings of the 28th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), pp. 259–265, DOI 10.1109/ISCC58397.2023.10218068, ISBN 979-8-3503-0048-2, Gammarth, Tunis/Tunisia, July 10, 2023, [BibTeX, XML].

Abstract: Cloud computing makes complex computing an off-premise activity by offering software- and hardware-based services using standard security protocols over the Internet. It has been seen that the cloud is not ideal for latency-sensitive applications. Thanks to the current growth of network communication and infrastructure, fog adds a computing resource delegation layer between the user and the cloud. Fog aims to improve latency-sensitive applications support. Here, we propose one unified, proactive resource orchestration framework from a cloud/fog service provider perspective. The framework consists of a predictor and a resource allocator module. Users subscribe to these resources to execute their applications. The framework does not require application-specific information and is modular, meaning a service provider can customise each module. We have presented the framework prototype by showing each module’s simulated performance results using the parameters of our cloud/fog research test bed.