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Resilient IoT Infrastructures

EasyChair Preprint no. 2134

8 pagesDate: December 10, 2019


The Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the world's most prominent technologies. In many essential fields of life, it provides great solutions for humanity. IoT refers to a set of sensors or objects in a certain environment with the ability to communicate without human intervention through the internet.
Some of the applications in those fields are critical and don't tolerate faults which means that in certain cases the service have to be continuously delivered despite the system failure.
This paper examines the concept of resilience in the context of IoT. Indeed, in order to understand the issues related to the Internet of Things, we present a state of the art of IoT resilience mechanisms. This paper describes techniques and methods used to enhance the resilience of IoT infrastructure in each layer. Finally, this state of the art allows us to identify the prerequisites and the insufficiencies of these solutions and to begin to analyze the potential improvements including the proposal of an architecture that implements the resilience mechanisms in four levels of the five-level IoT architecture and assures an overall resilient system.

Keyphrases: Dependability, fault detection, fault masking, fault prevention, fault tolerance, Internet of Things, IoT architecture, Resilience

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  author = {Aicha Garci},
  title = {Resilient IoT Infrastructures},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2134},

  year = {EasyChair, 2019}}
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