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FIESTA-IoT meta-cloud architecture: D2.4

FIESTA-IoT meta-cloud architecture: D2.4
FIESTA-IoT meta-cloud architecture: D2.4
This deliverable describes the System Architecture for the FIESTA-IoT platform aiming at federating a large number of test-bed across the planet in order to offer experimenters with a unique experience of dealing and experimenting with a large number of semantically interoperable data sources. The architecting process leading to this document followed the Architectural reference Model methodology promoted by the IoT-A project (FP7 “light house” project on Architecture for the Internet of Things). It therefore consists of a set of Views that are in tern dealing with “logical” functional decomposition (Functional View - FV), data structuring and annotation, data flows and inter-functional Component interactions (Information View - IV) and ultimately the deployment of those logical components onto concrete software components (Deployment View). Design Choices pertaining to Non-Functional requirements will be covered in the up-coming WP deliverables providing detailed interfaces description that will guide he implemented work on each WP. The architecture describe din this document is inclusive in the sense it can accommodate under its federation a large number of test-beds with various capabilities (some being semantic-enabled already, some not). It offers full semantic interoperability: all assets of the test-bed (resources, IoT Services, Virtual Entities) are semantically annotated and described; they are searchable using either powerful data query languages or simpler APIs. FIESTA-IoT is therefore able to offer the greatest test-bed agnostic experience to both expert users (semantically skilled) and more basic experimenters as well.
FIESTA-IoT Consortium; University of Surrey
Carrez, Francois
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Gomez, David
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Sanchez, Luis
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Grace, Paul
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Carrez, Francois
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Gomez, David
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Sanchez, Luis
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Carrez, Francois, Gomez, David, Sanchez, Luis and Grace, Paul (2015) FIESTA-IoT meta-cloud architecture: D2.4 None, None. FIESTA-IoT Consortium; University of Surrey 70pp.

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Abstract

This deliverable describes the System Architecture for the FIESTA-IoT platform aiming at federating a large number of test-bed across the planet in order to offer experimenters with a unique experience of dealing and experimenting with a large number of semantically interoperable data sources. The architecting process leading to this document followed the Architectural reference Model methodology promoted by the IoT-A project (FP7 “light house” project on Architecture for the Internet of Things). It therefore consists of a set of Views that are in tern dealing with “logical” functional decomposition (Functional View - FV), data structuring and annotation, data flows and inter-functional Component interactions (Information View - IV) and ultimately the deployment of those logical components onto concrete software components (Deployment View). Design Choices pertaining to Non-Functional requirements will be covered in the up-coming WP deliverables providing detailed interfaces description that will guide he implemented work on each WP. The architecture describe din this document is inclusive in the sense it can accommodate under its federation a large number of test-beds with various capabilities (some being semantic-enabled already, some not). It offers full semantic interoperability: all assets of the test-bed (resources, IoT Services, Virtual Entities) are semantically annotated and described; they are searchable using either powerful data query languages or simpler APIs. FIESTA-IoT is therefore able to offer the greatest test-bed agnostic experience to both expert users (semantically skilled) and more basic experimenters as well.

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Published date: 30 December 2015
Organisations: IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 390580
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/390580
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Date deposited: 11 Apr 2016 10:51
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:24

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