Boek cover Edge Computing and Capability-Oriented Architecture van Haishi Bai (Hardcover)

Edge Computing and Capability-Oriented Architecture

Engels | Hardcover | 9780367549817
Hardcover 115,99
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uitgever Taylor & Francis Ltd
Taal Engels
Bindwijze Hardcover
Aantal paginas 164 pagina's
Auteur(s) Haishi Bai | Boris Scholl
Uitgever Taylor & Francis Ltd
Gewicht 490 g
Studieboek Ja
Verpakking breedte 156 mm
Verpakking hoogte 234 mm
Verpakking lengte 234 mm
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Boekbeschrijving

Fueled by ubiquitous computing ambitions, the edge is at the center of confluence of many emergent technological trends such as hardware-rooted trust and code integrity, 5G, data privacy and sovereignty, blockchains and distributed ledgers, ubiquitous sensors and drones, autonomous systems and real-time stream processing. Hardware and software pattern maturity have reached a tipping point so that scenarios like smart homes, smart factories, smart buildings, smart cities, smart grids, smart cars, smart highways are in reach of becoming a reality. While there is a great desire to bring born-in-the-cloud patterns and technologies such as zero-downtime software and hardware updates/upgrades to the edge, developers and operators alike face a unique set of challenges due to environmental differences such as resource constraints, network availability and heterogeneity of the environment. The first part of the book discusses various edge computing patterns which the authors have observed, and the reasons why these observations have led them to believe that there is a need for a new architectural paradigm for the new problem domain. Edge computing is examined from the app designer and architect's perspectives. When they design for edge computing, they need a new design language that can help them to express how capabilities are discovered, delivered and consumed, and how to leverage these capabilities regardless of location and network connectivity. Capability-Oriented Architecture is designed to provide a framework for all of these. This book is for everyone who is interested in understanding what ubiquitous and edge computing means, why it is growing in importance and its opportunities to you as a technologist or decision maker. The book covers the broad spectrum of edge environments, their challenges and how you can address them as a developer or an operator. The book concludes with an introduction to a new architectural paradigm called capability-based architecture, which takes into consideration the capabilities provided by an edge environment. .

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