EDGENESS: Energy Efficiency, Edge and Serverless Computing

EDGENESS: Energy Efficiency, Edge and Serverless Computing | Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences | University of Leeds

EDGENESS revisits the Internet Architecture by leveraging Software Defined Networks (SDN) with Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) technologies to allow efficient and on-demand placement of Virtual Network Functions (VNF) on a serverless platform for energy-aware function provisioning in edge environments.


The project will develop a new building block that satisfies the network services performance while reducing the energy consumption. Energy efficiency support will contribute to significantly reduce carbon emissions in the Internet.

Publications and outputs

K. Djemame (2021). Energy Efficiency in Edge Environments: a Serverless Computing Approach. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on the Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems and Services (GECON), September 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 13072, Springer.