9. Ubiquitous Clouds and the Internet

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9. Ubiquitous Cloud and IoT

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9. Ubiquitous Clouds and the Internet
of Things

9.1 Cloud Trends in Supporting Ubiquitous Computing


Distributed Computing


Clustered Systems


P2P Networks


Computing Cloud


Internet Cloud


9.1.1 Use of Clouds to HPC/HTC and Ubiquitous Computing


Ubiquitous cloud computing refers to the use of Internet resources at
any place and any time for any objectives.


Herbert Simon


어떤

정보가

비교적

분명

소모

:
그것은

받는

사람의

관심을

소모합니다
.
따라


정보의

부는

관심의

빈곤
,
그리고

그것을

소비하는지도

모르는

정보

소스의

과잉

사이에서

효율적으로

관심을

할당해야



필요가

있다
.


Vannevar Bush on Predicting Memex

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Table 9.1 Some IT Companies Cloud Services or Products


9.1.2 Large
-
Scale Private Clouds at NASA and CERN


NASA

s Nebula Cloud


Nebula is a cloud computing pilot under development at NASA Ames
Research Center.


It integrates a set of open source components into a seamless, self
-
service platform, providing high
-
capacity computing, storage, and
network connectivity using a virtualized, scalable approach to achieve
cost and energy efficiencies.


CERN Super Cloud


CERN (
유럽입자물리학연구소
) has long been an influential leader in
solving complex IT problem.


9.1.3 Cloud Mashup for Agility and Scalability


A mashup is a web page or application that combines data,
presentations, or functionality from two or more sources to create
a new service.


The Idea of a Cloud Mashup

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Figure 9.4 The concept of a mashup between the GAW and AWS cloud platforms.


CloudNets for Mobile Cloud Computing


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9.4 Enabling Technologies for the IoT


In ubiquitous computing, the Internet of Things (IoT)
provides a network of sensor
-

or radio
-
connected devices
that can be uniquely identified and located in the cyber
-
physical space.


This IoT is mostly wirelessly connected as a self
-
configuring
network of radio
-
frequency tags, low
-
cost sensors or e
-
labels.


9.3.1 The Internet of Things for Ubiquitous Computing


Figure 9.14 Technology road map of the IoT.


Architecture of The IoT, Figure 9.15


RFID


Sensor Networks


GPS

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