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Title: A review on mobile cloud computing interoperability issues and challenges
Authors: Debbarma T.
Chandrasekaran K.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 2020, Vol.89, pp.325-333
Abstract: Mobile cloud computing (MCC) is the convergence of two recent technologies namely “Cloud Computing” and “Mobile Computing” with wireless networks as a communication backbone. There are mainly three paradigms that use the concepts of MCC, viz. edge computing, fog computing and cloudlets. Due to the presence of various heterogeneous hardware and software platforms in MCC, there are many interoperability issues which create vendor/services lock-in problems, it also makes data and application portability difficult. This paper studies the different paradigms of MCC and the challenges in making them interoperable in heterogeneous hardware and software platforms. We have summarized some of the MCC-based research papers and their findings. Contribution of this paper is the summary of challenges and research scopes in the field of MCC where it needs to be addressed to mitigate the interoperability issues. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2020.
URI: 10.1007/978-981-15-0146-3_30
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