Monitoring Fog infrastructure resources in a lightweight and fault-resilient manner is a challenging research problem. In this article, we illustrate the experimental assessment of a distributed, self-organising and fault-tolerant monitoring tool especially targeting Fog environments. The assessment involved up to 40 nodes across two testbeds within the Fed4Fire+ federation. Results show the capability of the tool to handle different types of failures in the monitored infrastructure, and to quantity its measurement accuracy and limited footprint.

Lightweight Self-adaptive Cloud-IoT Monitoring across Fed4FIRE+ Testbeds

Gaglianese, Marco
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Forti, Stefano
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Paganelli, Federica;Brogi, Antonio
2022

Abstract

Monitoring Fog infrastructure resources in a lightweight and fault-resilient manner is a challenging research problem. In this article, we illustrate the experimental assessment of a distributed, self-organising and fault-tolerant monitoring tool especially targeting Fog environments. The assessment involved up to 40 nodes across two testbeds within the Fed4Fire+ federation. Results show the capability of the tool to handle different types of failures in the monitored infrastructure, and to quantity its measurement accuracy and limited footprint.
978-1-6654-0926-1
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