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iFogSim2 (The New Version)

A Toolkit for Modeling and Simulation of Resource Management Techniques in Internet of Things, Edge and Fog Computing Environments with the following new features:

  • Mobility-support and Migration Management
    • Supporting real mobility datasets
    • Implementing different random mobility models
  • Microservice Orchestration
  • Dynamic Distributed Clustering
  • Any Combinations of Above-mentioned Features
  • Full Compatibility with the Latest Version of the CloudSim (i.e., CloudSim 5) and Previous iFogSim Version and Tutorials

iFogSim2 currently encompasses several new usecases such as:

  • Audio Translation Scenario
  • Healthcare Scenario
  • Crowd-sensing Scenario

Cite IFogSim2

@article{mahmud2021ifogsim2,
  title={IFogSim2: An Extended iFogSim Simulator for Mobility, Clustering, and Microservice Management in Edge and Fog Computing Environments},
  author={Mahmud, Redowan and Pallewatta, Samodha and Goudarzi, Mohammad and Buyya, Rajkumar},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2109.05636},
  year={2021}
}

How to run iFogSim2 ?

  • Eclipse IDE:

    • Create a Java project
    • Inside the project directory, initialize an empty Git repository with the following command:
    git init
    
    • Add the Git repository of iFogSim2 as the origin remote:
    git remote add origin https://github.com/Cloudslab/iFogSim
    
    • Pull the contents of the repository to your machine:
    git pull origin main
    
    • Include the JARs to your project
    • Run the example files (e.g. TranslationServiceFog_Clustering.java, CrowdSensing_Microservices_RandomMobility_Clustering.java) to get started
  • IntelliJ IDEA:

    • Clone the iFogSim2 Git repository to desired folder:
    git clone https://github.com/Cloudslab/iFogSim
    
    • Select "project from existing resources" from the "File" drop-down menu
    • Verify the Java version
    • Verify the external libraries in the "JARs" Folder are added to the project
    • Run the example files (e.g. TranslationServiceFog_Clustering.java, CrowdSensing_Microservices_RandomMobility_Clustering.java) to get started

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