The Micro-services architecture for hosting AI/ML Models based on IoT Intelligence

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Unalisha Gohain
Parvej Saleh
Srivathshan KS

Abstract

Microservices Architecture has introduced the idea of developing the functionality as a collection of small services, each running on its own process. Historically, organizations
would look to monolithic application suites to overcome business problems. Functionality evaluation was based on an overall assessment of a small number of platforms against key
business requirements. With the introduction of microservices, it has now become much more flexible. Over the last few years, Microservices Architecture has raised to describe a
particular way of designing software applications as suites of independently deployable services. The idea behind microservice architecture is to build our application as many
independent services rather than one large codebase. Rather than accessing the majority of our data using large databases, communication is often handled with API calls between the
services, with each service having its own lightweight database. This paper intends to put forward the work of Microservices Architecture in an IoT platform before delivering an
application service. The ThingSpeak platform will provide the IoT application to analyze the data. And later on, this collected data from the sensors can be used for visualization using
D3.js, a javascript library for an Indoor Air Quality Monitoring System. Understanding the microservices that underpin IoT platforms help decrease time-to-market and ease IoT
adoption for every kind of enterprise.

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GohainU., SalehP., & KSS. (2020). The Micro-services architecture for hosting AI/ML Models based on IoT Intelligence. Probyto Journal of AI Research, 1(01). Retrieved from https://journal.probyto.com/index.php/probyto-ai-research/article/view/13
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