A STUDY ON DATA STREAMING IN FOG COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
Keywords:Data Streaming, Fog Computing, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Quality of Service
In lately years, data streaming is become more important day by day, considering technologies employed to serve
that manner and share number of terminals within the system either direct or indirect interacting with them.
Smart devices now play active role in the data streaming environment as well as fog and cloud compatibility. It is affecting
the data collectivity and appears clearly with the new technologies provided and the increase for the number of the
users of such systems. This is due to the number of the users and resources available system start to employ the computational
power to the fog for moving the computational power to the network edge. It is adopted to connect system that streamed data
as an object. Those inter-connected objects are expected to be producing more significant data streams, which are produced at
unique rates, in some cases for being analyzed nearly in real time. In the presented paper a survey of data streaming systems
technologies is introduced. It clarified the main notions behind big data stream concepts as well as fog computing. From the
presented study, the industrial and research communities are capable of gaining information about requirements for creating
Fog computing environment with a clearer view about managing resources in the Fog.
The main objective of this paper is to provide short brief and information about Data Streaming in Fog Computing
Environment with explaining the major research field within this meaning.
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