Secure Resilient Edge Cloud Designed Network

Tarek SAADAWI  Akira KAWAGUCHI  Myung Jong LEE  Abbe MOWSHOWITZ  

Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications   Vol.E103-B   No.4   pp.292-301
Publication Date: 2020/04/01
Publicized: 2019/10/08
Online ISSN: 1745-1345
DOI: 10.1587/transcom.2019NRI0002
Type of Manuscript: INVITED PAPER (Special Section on Network Resource Control and Management Technologies for Sustainable Social Information Infrastructure)
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Keyword: 
secure edge cloud network,  mobile cloud computing,  

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Summary: 
Systems for Internet of Things (IoT) have generated new requirements in all aspects of their development and deployment, including expanded Quality of Service (QoS) needs, enhanced resiliency of computing and connectivity, and the scalability to support massive numbers of end devices in a variety of applications. The research reported here concerns the development of a reliable and secure IoT/cyber physical system (CPS), providing network support for smart and connected communities, to be realized by means of distributed, secure, resilient Edge Cloud (EC) computing. This distributed EC system will be a network of geographically distributed EC nodes, brokering between end-devices and Backend Cloud (BC) servers. This paper focuses on three main aspects of the CPS: a) resource management in mobile cloud computing; b) information management in dynamic distributed databases; and c) biological-inspired intrusion detection system.