Procedure for the deployment of uses cases of fog computing

Keywords: Fog computing, Deployment, Simulation, Use cases


The Fog Computing paradigm emerges as a solution to the growing demand for Internet of Things applications with shorter response times and greater security. Currently, the implementation of Fog Computing in IoT environments represents a challenge, due to the diversity and mobility of the devices that are in it, as well as the scalability and interoperability that is required. The scientific problem to be solved in the investigation is: How to correctly deploy a computer system in the fog in various use cases? To provide a solution to the problematic situation raised above, the state of the art of the subject was updated and a procedure was defined to guide how to implement this technology in different applications, gathering the fundamental aspects to take into account for its implementation. The proposed procedure was satisfactorily applied in a research project in each of its stages, taking into account that the implementation stage cannot be covered since at the moment the execution of the project has not yet been completed. small scale implementations and simulations.


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Liz Gámez-Picó, Instituto Superior Politécnico “José Antonio Echeverría”

Instituto Superior Politécnico “José Antonio Echeverría”, La Habana, Cuba

Caridad Emma Anías-Calderón, Instituto Superior Politécnico “José Antonio Echeverría”

Instituto Superior Politécnico “José Antonio Echeverría”, La Habana, Cuba.


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How to Cite
Gámez-Picó, L., & Anías-Calderón, C. (2022). Procedure for the deployment of uses cases of fog computing. ITECKNE, 19(2), 138-147.
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