Publication Type:

Conference Paper


Technology for Education (T4E), 2014 IEEE Sixth International Conference on (2014)



BuddhiEdge framework, cache storage, Caching, client-server systems, Cloud computing, Communities, Content delivery networks, demographics, demography, Disconnected Operations, Distributed data centers, distributed virtualization, dynamic cache hierarchies, Education, educational scope, Filtering, interdisciplinary convergence, Internet, JnanaEdge framework, knowledge experience, Libraries, Network functions virtualization, qualitative analysis, scalable hierarchical system architectures, Servers, Software, Software Containers, Software defined networking, Synchronization, Videos, virtual machines, virtualisation, Virtualization


Jnana Edge provides a fundamentally different approach to bringing a knowledge experience, in a qualitatively rich, focused way to specific demographics. This is done through an interdisciplinary convergence of key technological advancements from scalable hierarchical system architectures, cloud computing, dynamic cache hierarchies, and distributed virtualization. Architecture and implementation considerations are presented, particularly for Buddhi Edge which instantiates the Jnana Edge framework in the educational scope. Future directions are also suggested.

Cite this Research Publication

D. Krishnaswamy, Qamar, A., Krishnan, R., Rajagopal, K., Narayan, N., Kamal Bijlani, and Moudgalya, K., “Bringing Knowledge to the Edge with Jnana Edge and Buddhi Edge: Architecture, Implementation, and Future Directions”, in Technology for Education (T4E), 2014 IEEE Sixth International Conference on, 2014.