Edge Computing Resource Management System: a Critical Building Block! Initiating the debate via OpenStack

Abstract : While it is clear that edge infrastructures are required for emerging use-cases related to IoT, VR or NFV, there is currently no resource management system able to deliver all features for the edge that made cloud computing successful (e.g., an OpenStack for the edge). Since building a system from scratch is seen by many as impractical, this paper provides reflections regarding how existing solutions can be leveraged. To that end, we provide a list of the features required to operate and use edge computing resources, and investigate how an existing IaaS manager (i.e., OpenStack) satisfies these requirements. Finally, we identify from this study two approaches to design an edge infrastructure manager that fulfils our requirements, and discuss their pros and cons.
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Ronan-Alexandre Cherrueau, Adrien Lebre, Dimitri Pertin, Fetahi Wuhib, João Soares. Edge Computing Resource Management System: a Critical Building Block! Initiating the debate via OpenStack. HotEdge 2018 - USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Edge Computing, Jul 2018, Boston, MA, United States. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-01812747⟩

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