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A Practitioner's Experience of the Use of Cloud Computing in Control Sekou L Remy Assistant Professor Human Centered Computing
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3 Championing the use of web standards
Tools in use 4
Closed loop control (stable) 5
Impact of the IaaS (no network) 6
Impact of the IaaS (w/ network) 7
Closed loop control (unstable system) 8
9 The impact of network location is real, but there are developments coming! Client off site Client on site
“Off-line” use of cloud computation 10 Population based search for controllers Video
Surprising pattern of failure in IaaS 11 Using the package shared by researchers, but running on Openstack Video
Surprising pattern of failure in IaaS 12 Time to failure (h)
The ecosystem of things that can affect performance “ NULL ” 13
In summary… 14 Lots of choices! Lots of opportunity to fail/succeed We need help from other communities Is software defined networking (SDN) really the panacea to latency?
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