A Mobile Cloud Computing Framework for Execution of Data as a Service using Cloudlet

Authors

  • Santosh Kumar Yadav PhD Scholar NITTTR Chandigarh
  • Rakesh Kumar Associate Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering & Technology,Central University of Mahendergarh, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48129/kjs.v48i3.9584

Abstract

As mobile devices are becoming more powerful in computation, storage and power which makes it suitable for MCC (mobile cloud computing). Besides getting used in MCC, mobile devices also have roles in various emerging technologies like, ubiquitous computing, pervasive computing, context aware based computing, big data analysis, utility computing, fog computing and 5G based technologies. In mobile cloud computing, cloudlet is used as an intermediate between cloud and mobile devices. These cloudlets are resource rich mobile devices. This paper focus on mobile cloud computing enabled cloudlet-based computation. Cloudlet based computation has intercloudlet communication framework which is improved further to FMCC (Framework of mobile cloudlet centre) based computing environment. This framework later improved to SKYR (Scalable Key-parameter Yield of Resources) framework. SKYR framework worked on four major problems of FMCC framework. In this paper we have further improved the performance analysis expression and algorithm for SKYR framework. This improved algorithm and expression will help in efficient analysis of cloud-cloudlet based computation system’s performance.

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Published

24-06-2021