Overview of Cloud and Fog Computing ๐Ÿ—“

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Meeting Date: August 3, 2018
Time: 5:00 PM Presentation
Speaker: Dr. Zhensheng Zhang
Location: San Diego
Cost: none
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Summary:
Recent deployment in the Internet to support Internet of Things (IoT) includes cloud computing and fog computing. In this talk, a high-level overview of the basic infrastructure and platform for cloud computing is presented, development status as well as challenges will be reviewed. We also go over fog computing, highlight the key differences between cloud computing and fog computing, and discuss under which conditions one is preferred than the other. Cloud computing is the technology of stocking and accessing data, applications and programs over the Internet instead of a local/home storage such as a computerโ€™s hard disk and uses networks of shared IT architecture containing large pools of systems and servers. Fog computing, also known as fogging, is a disseminated computing infrastructure in which application and its services are handled either at the network edge or in a remote data center โ€“ cloud. Fog computing improves efficiency and trims the amount of data that requires to be transmitted for processing, analysis and storage by placing the data close to the end user.

Bio: Dr. Zhensheng Zhang an IEEE Fellow, received his Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from UCLA. He has over twenty-five years of experience in design and analysis of network architecture, protocols and control algorithms, of the communication networks. He has worked at Cubic Corporation, Boeing, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, and Columbia University, respectively, focusing on research and development in wireless networks. He has published over 110 technical papers in IEEE Journals and key IEEE conferences (one paper was listed as the top 10 most read articles from IEEE Communications Society website in 2007). He was IEEE Comsoc distinguished lecturer (2010-2013), the IEEE LATINCOM Keynote Speaker (2013); received the IEEE Regional/Area Outstanding Engineer award in 2011.