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Software on Internet of Things devices: monolithic vs containerized

Bal, Jagvir Singh (2023) Software on Internet of Things devices: monolithic vs containerized.

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Abstract:This study compares container-based versus monolithic application techniques while examining the performance metrics when updating IoT devices. IoT device security is in danger from flawed security implementations and ignored updates. For each architecture, the effects of resource limitations are looked at. The study aims to identify and compare these challenges and their effects on updating IoT devices. Applications built with containers are anticipated to perform better and be easier to maintain. Tests are run to investigate these aspects. The tests show that Django is able to manage resources better compared to Flask, but the overall deployment of a container application is easier to manage and scale up. This study sheds light on IoT web application initialization and updating difficulties. There seem to be advantages and disadvantages depending on which implementation is used. The paper emphasizes the advantages of container-based applications.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:02 science and culture in general
Programme:Computer Science BSc (56964)
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