BASMATI: Cloud Brokerage Across Borders for Mobile Users and Applications
BASMATI aims at delivering an integrated platform that will support the dynamic needs of mobile applications and users through an end-to-end approach for cloud services. BASMATI will emphasize on enabling runtime adaptation of all assets, including user and application prediction models, federation patterns, resources and data management policies, brokerage and offloading decisions. BASMATI platform will coordinate all assets to react in response to real-world events in real-time.
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