While IT clouds originally arose as centralized providers of complete services, they are also being extensively used to enable or complement applications delivered by devices that are mobile and/or remote. Typical examples include smart phone applications (apps) that take advantage of clouds for services that cannot fully run on remote devices due to their limitations in power and/or resources. This introduces the necessity of addressing personalized qualityâ€ofâ€service (QoS) requirements as mobile devices become pervasive points of cloud access by individual users. The resulting systems are distributed and complex, and require endâ€toâ€end management techniques that enable unprecedented mobility, customizability, interoperability and generality.
|Effective start/end date
|8/1/13 → 7/31/16
- National Science Foundation (CNS-1265347)
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