Mobile Cloud Computing Architecture
Mobile Cloud Computing:
Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is the integration of mobile network computing, wireless networks and cloud computing used to develop rich applications for mobile users. Mobile Cloud Computing not only brings benefits to mobile users but also to network operators and cloud providers. It is very helpful to build and deploy mobile applications very fast by using cloud services. MCC provides mobile users with processing services and data storage in the cloud.
Architecture of Mobile Cloud Computing:
With the rapid development of new forms of cloud and mobile computing. Operating systems must evolve so that all devices in a given network can appear to be accessed by the same operating system framework and a common set of applications is maintained. The Architecture of Mobile Cloud Computing is shown below:
As a result, the internet or the cloud could potentially be supported and managed by a huge virtual operating system like the proposed system. The various contemporary systems have similar goals to web-based operating systems.