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Advances in deployment and orchestration approaches for IoT - A systematic review

Advances in deployment and orchestration approaches for IoT - A systematic review

Category
Academic lecture
Abstract
To unleash the great potential of the Internet of
Things (IoT), it is critical to facilitate the creation and operation
of IoT systems across IoT, edge and cloud infrastructures with
vast heterogeneity, scalability and dynamicity. What is the
current landscape of the existing approaches and tools that
attempt to cope with this complexity? The work presented in
this paper contributes to this picture. This paper presents the
results of our systematic literature review (SLR) on research
approaches and tools for the deployment and orchestration of
IoT systems (DEPO4IOT). From thousands of relevant publications, we systematically identified and reviewed seventeen (17)
primary studies for data extraction and synthesis to answer
our predefined research questions. The results of our SLR
show the technical details of the primary DEPO4IOT studies. A
main finding is that most approaches do not properly support
software deployment and orchestration at the tiny IoT device
level. Moreover, there is a lack in terms of properly addressing
the trustworthiness aspects in approaches for IoT systems
deployment and orchestration. In this paper, we suggest some
potential research directions to address the gaps found.
Client
  • EC/H2020 / ENACT
Language
English
Author(s)
Affiliation
  • SINTEF Digital / Software and Service Innovation
Presented at
2019 IEEE International Congress on Internet of Things
Place
Milan
Date
08.07.2019 - 13.07.2019
Organizer
IEEE
Year