Mobile cloud computing offers the ease of accessing compute-intensive mobile applications through its potential advantage of the computational offloading procedure.
MCC improves the reliability, scalability, data storage capacity, processing power, battery lifetime, and it offers the multi-tenancy, dynamic provisioning of the services, and ease of integration.
In MCC, an efficient resource allocation considers scalability, data confidentiality, customer satisfaction, battery consumption, number of clients per server, and minimum SLA violations.
Resource allocation service has a great scope in business and commercial applications that has resources with high quality and high resource utilization.
MCC researches have gained significant attention in providing solutions for the different cloud-based mobile applications, including the gaming, health, entertainment, social networking, business, news, and travel domains.
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer applications, Information Technology and Computer Networks
Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Networks and Information Technology