2017 IEEE International Congress on Internet of Things
Internet of Things (IoT) services are increasingly deployed at the edge to access and control Things. The execution of such services needs to be monitored to provide information for security, service contract, and system operation management. Although different techniques have been proposed for deploying and executing IoT services in IoT gateways and edge servers, there is a lack of generic policy frameworks for instrumentation and assurance of various types of execution policies for IoT services. In this paper, we present P4SINC as an execution policy framework that covers various functionalities for IoT services deployed in software-defined machines in IoT infrastructures. P4SINC supports the instrumentation and enforcement of IoT services during their deployment and execution, thus being leveraged for other purposes such as security and service contract management. We illustrate our prototype with realistic examples.
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Phung, Phu Huu; Truong, Hong-Linh; and Yasoju, Divya Teja, "P4SINC – An Execution Policy Framework for IoT Services in the Edge" (2017). Computer Science Faculty Publications. 137.