Cognitive reliability engine for smooth handoff in phone-hosted microservices

Patent No. 10,172,043 

Issued: January 1, 2019
Filed: February 2, 2017
Term Extension: 16 days

Inventors: Ekambaram; Vijay (Chennai, IN), Malik; Pooja (New Delhi, IN), Yadav; Vikram (Farrukhabad, IN)
Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation (Armonk, NY)


Managing handoffs between a plurality of mobile devices in a phone hosted microservices architecture in a same vicinity, with each of the mobile devices connected to a cognitive reliability engine. The cognitive reliability engine, for each of the plurality of mobile devices hosting a hosted microservice, determining a reliability score for a time period through context and activity recognition of a user owning the mobile device. Depending on the reliability score, different beacons with data packets indicating that the microservice will end, the microservice may end, or the microservice will continue with surety for a specific time period.


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