Data Services for Internet of Things
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The factors involved in choosing between storing data repositories at locally-hosted infrastructures or at (remote) public clouds are well understood for many enterprise application domains. The proliferation of Internet-of-things (IoT) devices (including wearables) is now introducing a new class of applications, for which neither the research community nor the industry players offer guidelines on how to best handle the data. The goal of this research project is to characterize the most effective data architecture in terms of locally or remote hosted for a given IoT workload. Through this research, developers will become aware of various issues dealing with the designation of a host for a given data repository including security, efficiency, and accessibility concerns.
LaCroix, David (2016). Data Services for Internet of Things. Undergraduate Research Scholars Program. Available electronically from