An introduction

Automation in industry, connected cars and critical infrastructure observation with drones are some of the benefits associated with advanced technologies. However, these applications require more properties that can guaranty safety, including real-time reaction, secure and effective data protection and management, and industry-specific safety guidelines as well as energy efficiency. The RAINBOW project will plan and develop an open and secured fog computing platform that will advance the management of extensible, diverse and safe IoT services and cross-cloud applications. The project envisages extending fog computing to its real potential by supplying the development, composition, data and network management to reach secure end-applications.


Performance Comparison of Distributed Database Systems for Fog Analytics

One of the vital software components of RAINBOW is the Distributed Data Storage and Sharing Service. Its role is to provide persistent and in-memory data storage capabilities to nodes scattered across the fog continuum to ensure in-time access to recently collected monitoring data by collaborating entities (i.e., analytics, orchestration, routing). Data that are stored locally on fog nodes need to […]

RAINBOW’s 3rd newsletter is now available

The Third issue of RAINBOW’s newsletter has just been published! Read it here and learn more about the three use cases that RAINBOW will run to test and validate its fog computing platform. In addition, we can meet the esteemed members of our advisory board and also read about the new collaborations that RAINBOW has established. Do not neglect to […]

Methodologies and techniques for extracting functional and non-functional requirements used for RAINBOW project

The intention behind the requirement elicitation, is to identify quality user requirements that can be implemented into software development projects. The requirements the engineering method follows ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148:2018 and describes two main processes or practices: Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process. The purpose here is to define the requirements for a system that can provide the services needed by users and other […]

Mark Gilmour, Global Head of 5G, Colt Technology Services, in @rcrwirelessnews, explains why complementary 5G and #EdgeComputing technologies will optimize businesses.

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