On the continuous processing of health data in edge-fog-cloud computing by using micro/nanoservice composition

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The edge, the fog, the cloud, and even the end-user's devices play a key role in the management of the health sensitive content/data lifecycle. However, the creation and management of solutions including multiple applications executed by multiple users in multiple environments (edge, the fog, and the cloud) to process multiple health repositories that, at the same time, fulfilling non-functional requirements (NFRs) represents a complex challenge for health care organizations. This paper presents the design, development, and implementation of an architectural model to create, on-demand, edge-fog-cloud processing structures to continuously handle big health data and, at the same time, to execute services for fulfilling NFRs. In this model, constructive and modular $blocks$ , implemented as microservices and nanoservices, are recursively interconnected to create edge-fog-cloud processing structures as ¿
big health data, edge-fog-cloud, the health-lot processing, microservice architecture, the internet of things
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D. D. Sánchez-Gallegos et al., "On the Continuous Processing of Health Data in Edge-Fog-Cloud Computing by Using Micro/Nanoservice Composition," in IEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 120255-120281, 2020, doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3006037