Contributions of architecture Dew Computing to the Internet of Things
Dew Computing or the dew or tear computation has aroused considerable interest in the academy, due to the separation of the processes of distributed computing; where are the layers of Cloud Computing (cloud computing), Fog Computing (fog computing), Edge Computing (edge computing) and finally Dew Computing. These layers are mentioned in descending order (from highest to lowest) with Dew Computing being the closest to the end-user. This is done for a better understanding of the technologies and processes that are carried out in them, allowing their differentiation.
The architecture of Internet of Things (IoT) is a technological paradigm that is being formed within the ecosystem of distributed computing. Therefore, it is necessary to highlight the Dew Computing layer and its contribution to the technical model.
It is for this reason that a state of the art of Dew Computing and IoT architectures is made that allow their comparison to know their contribution independently and, if necessary, how they could be integrated.
A pilot test is carried out between the architectures and integration of them to find the contributions that a model of the delivery to the other and finally, possible scenarios of application that demonstrate the benefits and deficits of the implementation of each architecture in different areas social.
*Title Complete of Project: Contributions of architecture Dew Computing to the Internet of Things: comparisons between pilot implementations of both architectures.
*Authors: Javier Pinzón, Miguel Cadena.