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ICSOC 2015 Panel: Service Engineering Analytics in the IoT Cloud Systems

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Some points for the discussion during the Panel of the 13th International Conference on Service Oriented Computing (ICSOC 2015) in Goa.

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ICSOC 2015 Panel: Service Engineering Analytics in the IoT Cloud Systems

  1. 1. ICSOC 2015 Panel: Service Engineering Analytics in the IoT Cloud Systems Hong-Linh Truong Distributed Systems Group Vienna University of Technology truong@dsg.tuwien.ac.at http://dsg.tuwien.ac.at/staff/truong ICSOC 2015, 19 Nov, Goa, India 1
  2. 2. IoT and Cloud Structures and Communities  IoT elements at the edge  Software sensors and actuators  Gateways: lightweighted hardware/software acting as intermediate nodes between sensors/actuators and back-end cloud services  Cloud services at the data centers  Software services and data: complex event processing, data services, data analytics, etc.  Connectivity  Network middleware and protocols  IoT cloud systems  Systems blending IoT elements and cloud services ICSOC 2015, 19 Nov, Goa, India 2
  3. 3. Service computing view ICSOC 2015, 19 Nov, Goa, India 3 Large-scale and heterogeneous distributed systems of IoT Complex services from multiple providers provisioned in different data centers Elastic (Data/Analytics) Service (cost, resource, quality) Elastic (Data/Analytics) Service (cost, resource, quality) Hong Linh Truong, Schahram Dustdar: Programming Elasticity in the Cloud. IEEE Computer 48(3): 87-90 (2015) Hong Linh Truong, Schahram Dustdar: Programming Elasticity in the Cloud. IEEE Computer 48(3): 87-90 (2015)
  4. 4.  Novel service models – application domains and business models  „Compositions“ of distributed data and analytics capabilities from IoT and clouds  Quality of results, smart data & service contract, elastic functionality  Novel service execution composition and management  Programming techniques for composition of IoT and cloud elements  Embracing uncertainties of machines, data, network, and humans  Service elasticity coordination of multiple IoT sites and big data centers  Intelligent management delegation algorithms  Dynamic context-aware compliance governance  Novel engineering analytics techniques and tools  Characterization of end-to-end metrics of services  Linked service information from multiple software layers in different phases in the development and operation  Deployment, control and analysis tools for multiple software layers in blending IoT and cloud systems ICSOC 2015, 19 Nov, Goa, India 4 Research focus

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