Séminaire ICI : Ehsan Ahvar
Titre du séminaire et orateur
Estimating Energy Consumption of Cloud, Fog and Edge Computing Infrastructures.
Ehsan Ahvar (INRIA, Rennes)
Date et lieu
Mardi 4 juin 2019, 13h
ENSEA, salle 384
Energy consumption of Cloud Computing has become one of the critical challenges of our modern computing facilities. At the same time, the proliferation of new usages related to Internet of Things (IoT) calls for more distributed cloud-related architectures, relying on resources deployed across and at the edge of the network. These emerging virtualized architectures, referred to as Fog, Edge and sometimes P2P computing infrastructures, aim at satisfying low latency and high bandwidth requirements expected by IoT-based applications. While there is no more debate on whether such infrastructures will be deployed, the question of their energy footprint has not been studied yet. In other words, by increasing the number of Cloud-related architectures, ranging from fully centralized to completely distributed, many Cloud researchers and providers are interested to know which infrastructure can be more energy efficient. This presentation tackles this issue introducing a new and generic energy model to accurately evaluate and compare the energy consumed by the Cloud-related architectures.
Ehsan Ahvar received the Ph.D. degree in computer science and telecommunications from Telecom SudParis and Paris 6 University (co-accreditation), France. He was a Faculty Member with the Information Technology Department, Payame Noor University, Iran, from 2007 to 2012. He is currently a Post-Doctoral Researcher with Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique, France. His research interests include cloud computing, network functions virtualization, content delivery networks, wireless sensor networks, and Internet of Things.