Mobile cloud computing foundations and service models

Mobile Cloud Computing: Foundations and Service Models combines cloud computing, mobile computing and wireless networking to bring new computational resources for mobile users, network operators and cloud computing providers. The book provides the latest research and development insights on mobile c...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Authors: Huang, Dijiang, Wu, Huijun (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge, MA Morgan Kaufmann, an imprint of Elsevier 2018
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Collection: O'Reilly - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 2.4.2 KVM over ARM2.5 Network Virtualization; 2.5.1 From Network Overlay to Virtual Networks; 2.5.2 Virtual Networks; 2.5.3 Software De ned Networking; OpenFlow; 2.5.4 Network Function Virtualization; 2.6 Storage Virtualization; 2.6.1 Block Store; Examples; 2.6.2 File Store; Examples; 3 Mobile Cloud Service Models; 3.1 Review Cloud Service Models; 3.1.1 Infrastructure as a Service; IaaS examples; 3.1.2 Platform as a Service; PaaS examples; 3.1.3 Software as a Service; SaaS examples; 3.2 Current Mobile Cloud Service Models; 3.2.1 Mobile Cloud Computation; 3.2.2 Mobile Cloud Storage
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Mobile Cloud computing foundation. Mobile Cloud computing taxonomy
  • Virtualization
  • Mobile Cloud service models
  • Mobile Cloud computing. Mobile Cloud computing service framework
  • Mobile Cloud offloading models
  • Edge Clouds- pushing the boundary of Mobile Clouds
  • Mobile Cloud computing security. Mobile Cloud security: attribute-based access control
  • Mobile Cloud security: virtualization and isolation on mobiles
  • Appendix A: Mobile Cloud resource management
  • Appendix B: Mobile Cloud programming and application platform
  • Appendix C: Cryptographic constructions
  • Appendix D: Bring your own device (BYOD) implementation and evaluation
  • Front Cover; Mobile Cloud Computing; Copyright; Contents; About the Authors; Dijiang Huang; Huijun Wu; Foreword; Preface; A Little History; Audience; Organization and Approach; Bonus Materials and Online Resources; Acknowledgment; Part 1 Mobile Cloud Computing Foundation; 1 Mobile Cloud Computing Taxonomy; 1.1 Overview of Cloud Computing; 1.1.1 NIST De nition of Cloud Computing; 1.1.2 Mobile Computing; 1.1.3 Mobile Cloud Computing; 1.2 Mobile Cloud Solutions; 1.2.1 Mobile Platforms; Apple iOS; Android; 1.2.2 Cloud-based Mobile Service Platforms; Google Services
  • 2.2.3 Third Classi cation: Two Types of Hypervisor Type 1 Hypervisor; Type 2 Hypervisor; Virtualization for cloud computing; 2.3 Lightweight Virtualization: Containers; 2.3.1 Docker: OS Level Virtualization; Docker's features; Docker client and server; Docker image and container; Docker union le system; How is Docker different from VMs?; 2.3.2 OSGi: Application Level Virtualization Library; OSGi architecture; OSGi bundles; OSGi services; 2.3.3 Comparison to Hypervisor Virtualization; 2.4 Mobile Device Virtualization; 2.4.1 Bring Your Own Device (BYOD); Mobile separation techniques
  • Dropbox, cloud storage Of ce365, cloud based collaboration; Yelp, cloud based virtual augment; Internet of things, cloud mirroring; 1.2.3 Mobile Cloud Of oading, Composition and Migration; Comparison of different service models; 1.2.4 Mobile Cloud Application Partition and Of oading Decision; Partitioning and execution of data stream applications; Distributed abstract class graphs in mobile environments; Dynamic software deployment; Fine-grained, multisite computation of oading; Mobile Augmentation Cloud Services (MACS); Partitioning applications for hybrid and federated clouds
  • 1.2.5 Mobile Cloud Of oading Framework CloneCloud; ThinkAir; MAUI; Cuckoo; Weblet; Cloudlet; 2 Virtualization; 2.1 The Concept of Virtualization; 2.1.1 What Is Virtualization?; 2.1.2 Abstraction vs. Virtualization; 2.2 Classi cations of Computer/Machine Virtualization; 2.2.1 First Classi cation: Host Internal Process Model; 2.2.2 Second Classi cation: ISA, System Calls, and APIs; Instruction Set Architecture based Virtualization; Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL); Operating System Level; Library (user-level API) Level; Application (Programming Language) Level; Comparison and Summary