Peculiarities of the development of algorithms for scheduling tasks within the framework of the concept of the Edge Computing.

  • Ye. Kozak Master of Science (MSc) in Computer Science, Software Developer, Software Engineer GAN Inc.
Keywords: cloud service,

Abstract

The modern approaches used in the implementation of automated systems for processing input requests for cloud services of the Internet of Things in accordance with the concept of Edge Computing are considered. The most important problems of the construction and implementation of algorithms for processing input data under constraints on the computing resources of the software and hardware platform and the bandwidth of the system's network channels are generalized. A mathematical model is proposed for the implementation and scaling of applications for processing streaming data coming from a set of information nodes of the global network of cloud services, as well as a system for evaluating and optimizing the operation of algorithms in terms of reducing the delay time that occurs when processing input data by the central node of the information network. In this case, the mathematical apparatus is based on formalizing the process of deploying a software application in accordance with a typical task of scheduling data streaming processing tasks. The simulation results indicate the effectiveness of the proposed methods, as well as the possibility of building on their basis a holistic methodology for assessing the effectiveness of implementation and scaling of applications in the cloud services environment of the global information network of "Internet of Things".

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2021-06-12
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Kozak, Y. (2021). Peculiarities of the development of algorithms for scheduling tasks within the framework of the concept of the Edge Computing . COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (43), 36-41. https://doi.org/10.36910/6775-2524-0560-2021-43-06