Asif Ali Laghari

Work place: School of Computer Science & Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology Harbin, 150001, China



Research Interests: Computer Networks, Computer Architecture and Organization, Computer systems and computational processes


Asif Ali Laghari received the B.S. degree in Information Technology from the Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering Science and Technology Nawabshah, Pakistan, in 2007 and Master degree in Information Technology from the QUEST Nawabshah Pakistan in 2014. From 2007 to 2008, he was a Lecturer in the Computer and Information Science Department, Digital Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan. In 2015, he joined the school of the Computer Science & Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology, where he is now a PhD student. He has published more than 10 technical articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings. His current research interests include Computer networks, cloud computing, and multimedia QoE management.

Author Articles
Comparison of Fog Computing & Cloud Computing

By Vishal Kumar Asif Ali Laghari Shahid Karim Muhammad Shakir Ali Anwar Brohi

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2019

Fog computing is extending cloud computing by transferring computation on the edge of networks such as mobile collaborative devices or fixed nodes with built-in data storage, computing, and communication devices. Fog gives focal points of enhanced proficiency, better security, organize data transfer capacity sparing and versatility. With a specific end goal to give imperative subtle elements of Fog registering, we propose attributes of this region and separate from cloud computing research. Cloud computing is developing innovation which gives figuring assets to a specific assignment on pay per utilize. Cloud computing gives benefit three unique models and the cloud gives shoddy; midway oversaw assets for dependable registering for performing required errands. This paper gives correlation and attributes both Fog and cloud computing differs by outline, arrangement, administrations and devices for associations and clients. This comparison shows that Fog provides more flexible infrastructure and better service of data processing by consuming low network bandwidth instead of shifting whole data to the cloud.

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