[scientific-sig][Edge][FEMDC][starlingx][acraino][tripleo] Edge computing and Scientific use cases
bdobreli at redhat.com
Wed Mar 6 16:49:07 UTC 2019
Added some relevant tags for it...
On 06.03.2019 17:47, Bogdan Dobrelya wrote:
> [added edge-computing at lists.openstack.org]
> JFYI: some background for ICFC 2019 event:
>> IEEE International Conference on Fog Computing (ICFC 2019)
>> June 24-26, 2019
>> Prague, Czech Republic
>> Co-located with the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering
>> (IC2E 2019)
>> Important Dates
>> Paper registration and abstract: Nov 1st, 2018
>> Full paper submission due: Nov 8th, 2018
>> Notification of paper acceptance: Jan. 20th, 2019
>> Workshop and tutorial proposals due: Nov 11, 2018
>> Notification of proposal acceptance: Nov 18, 2018
> So I have a draft of a positioning paper ... what missed that event :)
> tl;dr: It is known that causal consistency is the best suitable for
> high-latency, high-scale and highly dynamic nature of membership in
> clusters... which is exactly what multiple autonomous control planes
> represent in edge clouds for post-MVP phases.
> Even though the paper didn't make it for ICFC 2019 acceptance as I
> naively planned (not), hopefully we as community could find some use of
> it in future. Like collaboratively improving its contents, or making it
> readable by humans, then pushing it for other places for wider audience.
> It's just free for any use, please go for it! :)
> Or maybe we could prototyping something for OpenStack edge post-MVP
> cases out of SwiftCloud  just like the folks did for CockroachDB ?
> Note, while that github repo does not look super alive and driven by
> many contributions, that work looks really promising, you can read more
> for the theoretical fundamentals of it in "SwiftCloud: Fault-Tolerant
> Geo-Replication Integrated all the Way to the Client Machine" and
> "SwiftCloud: Write fast, read in the past: Causal consistency for
> client-side applications". That really buys to me to put it all
> client-sided at the edge and make it doing all geo-replication dances.
> Ofc there is more for prototyping. For example, building some
> Bolt-on'ish shim middleware on top of any popular eventual consistent
> storage, like Riak (not sure there is opensource implementations for
> Bolt-on yet). Or trying something at api-to-api level for high-level
> synchronization with "delayed replication" of queued operations.
> PS. @Pierre and @Adrien I gave it a quick glimpse into some of the
> sources you linked for the related work section of the positioning
> paper, thank you a lot for that and x1000 for authoring such things.
> So the draft now almost hits the recommended limit of a 6 pages, so I
> think there should be pretty much it for a positioning paper.
>  https://github.com/SyncFree/SwiftCloud
> On 27.02.2019 14:33, Adrien Lebre wrote:
>> Getting a look to this post could also make sense:
>> Best regards,
>> PS: Thanks Pierre.
>> Prof. IMT Atlantique / Inria / LS2N
>> Head of the STACK Research Group
>> www.emn.fr/x-info/alebre08 <http://www.emn.fr/x-info/alebre08>
>>> On 27 Feb 2019, at 14:18, Pierre Riteau <pierre at stackhpc.com
>>> <mailto:pierre at stackhpc.com>> wrote:
>>> Hello Bogdan,
>>> In the context of data management in edge computing, you may be
>>> interested by research done by the Discovery Initiative:
>>> I am adding Adrien Lèbre to the thread, he may be able to point you to
>>> the publications most relevant to your whitepaper draft.
>>> Best wishes,
>>> Pierre Riteau
>>> On Wed, 27 Feb 2019 at 10:21, Bogdan Dobrelya <bdobreli at redhat.com>
>>>> On 27.02.2019 10:51, Stig Telfer wrote:
>>>>> Hi All -
>>>>> We have an IRC meeting at 1100 UTC (about an hour’s time) in
>>>>> channel #openstack-meeting. Everyone is welcome.
>>>>> Today’s agenda is here:
>>>>> Today’s main event is that we have Ildikó Vancsa joining us to talk
>>>>> about edge computing use cases and find overlap with Scientific SIG
>>>>> use cases.
>>>> Edge computing is a *great* topic for lot of future research work
>>>> Thank you for this useful announcement, appreciated!
>>>> I'll attend at least the first half of it, and in case I'll miss the
>>>> agenda item that I placed at the end of the list, please be kind to
>>>> review that research request with my absence as well. Thanks!
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Bogdan Dobrelya,
>>>> Irc #bogdando
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