Data storage, processing, and management at remote location over dynamic networks is the most challenging task in cloud networks. Users’ expectations are very high for data accuracy, reliability, accessibility, and availability in pervasive cloud environment. It was the core motivation for the Cloud Networks Internet of Things (CNIoT). The exponential growth of the networks and data management in CNIoT must be implemented in fast growing service sectors such as logistic and enterprise management. The network based IoT works as a bridge to fill the gap between IT and cloud networks, where data is easily accessible and available.
This book provides a framework for the next generation of cloud networks, which is the emerging part of 5G partnership projects. This contributed book has following salient features,
- A cloud-based next generation networking technologies.
- Cloud-based IoT and mobility management technology.
The proposed book is a reference for research scholars and course supplement for cloud-IoT related subjects such as distributed networks in computer/ electrical engineering.
Sanjay Kumar Biswash is working as an Assistant professor in NIIT University, India. He held Research Scientist position, Institute of Cybernetics, National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia. He was PDF at LNCC, Brazil and SDSU, USA. He was a visiting researcher to the UC, Portugal.
Sourav Kanti Addya is working as an Assistant professor in NITK, Surathkal, India. He was a PDF at IIT Kharagpur, India. He was a visiting scholar at SDSU, USA. He obtained national level GATE scholarship. He is a member of IEEE, ACM.
Part I: Evolution of IoT, Cloud Network and Network Mobility.
Chapter 1: Evolution of cloudfogIoT interconnection networks
Chapter 2: Edge or Cloud: What to Choose?
Arnab K. Paul
Chapter 3: The Survey, Research Challenges, and Opportunities in ICN
Supratik Banerjee, Tapan Naskar, and Sanjay Kumar Biswash
Part II: Standards and Protocol.
Chapter 4: Security in Cloudbased IoT
Monjur Ahmed and Nurul I Sarkar
Chapter 5: Cloud Enabled Body Area Network
Anupam Pattanayak and Subhasish Dhal
Chapter 6: Trust and Access controls in IoT to avoid malicious activity
Yenumula B Reddy and Shahram Latifi
Chapter 7: A Layered IoT Security Framework: Attacks, Counter Measures and
Umang Garg, Preeti Mishra, and R.C. Joshi
Part III: Engineering and applications for IoT Cloud Network
Chapter 8: A Novel Framework of smart cities using Internet of Things (IoT): Opportunities and challenges
Rahul Chauhan, Preeti Mishra, and R.C. Joshi
Chapter 9: Interoperability and Information Sharing Paradigm for IoT enabled Healthcare
Brian Desnoyers, Kendall Weistroffer, Jenna Hallapyy, and Sandeep Pisharody
Chapter 10: Cloud computing based Intelligent Healthcare System
Chapter 11: IoT Cloud Network for Healthcare
Ashok Kumar Pradhan, E.Bhaskara Santhosh, and Priyanka