International Business Machines Corporation (Armonk, NY)
What is a Patent for The systemic adaptive data management within the an environment of the internet of things
The invention is related to internet of things environments (IoT) and, more specifically, to optimizing the implementation of policies in IoT environments.
The Internet of things (IoT), which is a booming trend, is rapidly gaining momentum. Data generated and processed in these environments is growing quickly. The primary goal of an IoT environment, is to gather information, process and store it in a way that is valuable to tenants. IoT environments are characterized by the resources (e.g. storage, processing etc.). constraintsthat must be considered when performing such data gathering, storage, and processing.
In accordance with one embodiment an algorithm that is computer-implemented includes identifying a plurality of policies that need to be implemented within an organization, then aggregating the policies in order to create an aggregated plan disseminating the aggregated policies within the system, receiving the data in accordance with the aggregated policy and disaggregating the information.
Another embodiment of a computer program product that performs systemic adaptive data management includes an electronic storage medium that can be read by computers with program instructions embedded therewith. The computer readable mediumis not a signal that is temporary per se and the instructions of the program can be carried out by a processor that causes it to carry out a process that involves identifying a number of policies to be implemented in the system, aggregating the plurality policy to create an aggregated plan, disseminating the policies within the system, and receiving data in accordance with the aggregated policies, and finally, disaggregate
According to another embodiment the system comprises an engine, and logic integrated with the processor, executable by the processor or associated into and executed by the processor, in which the logic is configured to identify multiple policies to be implemented within the system, then aggregate the various policies to produce an aggregated plan that is distributed to the system, collect data gathered according to the aggregated policy, and then disaggregate the data.
Other aspects and embodiments of the present invention will be evident from the following detailed description, that, when read together with the drawings, illustrate through an example of the fundamental principles of the invention.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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