Fog and Fogonomics
Challenges and Practices of Fog Computing, Communication, Networking, Strategy, and Economics
Information and Communication Technology
1. Auflage März 2020
416 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 115,00 €
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THE ONE-STOP RESOURCE FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANIZATION CONSIDERING FOG COMPUTING
Fog and Fogonomics is a comprehensive and technology-centric resource that highlights the system model, architectures, building blocks, and IEEE standards for fog computing platforms and solutions. The "fog" is defined as the multiple interconnected layers of computing along the continuum from cloud to endpoints such as user devices and things including racks or microcells in server closets, residential gateways, factory control systems, and more.
The authors--noted experts on the topic--review business models and metrics that allow for the economic assessment of fog-based information communication technology (ICT) resources, especially mobile resources. The book contains a wide range of templates and formulas for calculating quality-of-service values. Comprehensive in scope, it covers topics including fog computing technologies and reference architecture, fog-related standards and markets, fog-enabled applications and services, fog economics (fogonomics), and strategy.
This important resource:
* Offers a comprehensive text on fog computing
* Discusses pricing, service level agreements, service delivery, and consumption of fog computing
* Examines how fog has the potential to change the information and communication technology industry in the next decade
* Describes how fog enables new business models, strategies, and competitive differentiation, as with ecosystems of connected and smart digital products and services
* Includes case studies featuring integration of fog computing, communication, and networking systems
Written for product and systems engineers and designers, as well as for faculty and students, Fog and Fogonomics is an essential book that explores the technological and economic issues associated with fog computing.
Chapter 1 Fog Computing and Fogonomics: Outline
Chapter 2 Collaborative Mechanism for Hybrid Fog-Cloud Scenarios
Chapter 3 Computation Offloading Game for Fog-Cloud Scenario
Chapter 4 Pricing Tradeoffs for Data Analytics in Fog-Cloud Scenario
Chapter 5 Quantitative and Qualitative Economic Benefits of Fog Computing
Chapter 6 Incentive Schemes for User-Provided Fog Infrastructure
Chapter 7 Fog-based Service Enablement Architecture
Chapter 8 Software-Defined Fog Orchestration for IoT Services
Chapter 9 A Decentralized Adaptation System for QoS Optimization
Chapter 10 Efficient Task Scheduling for Performance Optimization
Chapter 11 Non-Cooperative and Cooperative Computation Offloading
Chapter 12 A Highly Available Storage System for Elastic Fog
Chapter 13 Development of Wearable Services with Edge Devices
Chapter 14 Security and Privacy Issues and Solutions for Fog
JIANWEI HUANG, PHD is a Presidential Chair Professor and the Associate Dean of School of Science and Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and the Associate Director of Shenzhen Institute of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics for Society, China.
TAO ZHANG, PHD is currently with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA.
JOE WEINMAN is the former Senior Vice President of Cloud Services and Strategy at Telx, and is the founder of Cloudonomics, which takes a rigorous, multidisciplinary approach to valuing the cloud. He is the Cloud economics and strategy editor for IEEE Cloud Computing magazine and author of Cloudonomics: The Business Value of Cloud Computing and Digital Disciplines: Attaining Market Leadership via the Cloud, Big Data, Social, Mobile, and the Internet of Things.