ABEONA: an Architecture for Energy-Aware Task Migrations from the Edge to the Cloud

10/08/2019
by   Isabelly Rocha, et al.
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This paper presents our preliminary results with ABEONA, an edge-to-cloud architecture that allows migrating tasks from low-energy, resource-constrained devices on the edge up to the cloud. Our preliminary results on artificial and real world datasets show that it is possible to execute workloads in a more efficient manner energy-wise by scaling horizontally at the edge, without negatively affecting the execution runtime.

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