Abstract: Outcomes of exhaustion of natural resources started influencing each spirit on this planet. Energy is an essential factor in this aspect. To restore the circumstance to the appropriate track, all attempts must focus on two fundamental branches: producing electricity from clean and renewable reserves and decreasing the overall unnecessary consumption of energy. The focal point of this paper will be on lessening the power consumption in the household's segment. This paper is an attempt to give a clear understanding of a framework called Reduction of Energy Consumption in Household Sector (RECHS) and how it should help householders to reduce their power consumption by substituting their household appliances, turning-off the appliances when stand-by modus is detected, and scheduling their appliances operation periods. Technically, the framework depends on utilizing Z-Wave compatible plug-ins which will be connected to the usual house devices to gauge and control them remotely and semi-automatically. The suggested framework underpins numerous quality characteristics, for example, integrability, scalability, security and adaptability.
Abstract: A monolithic service is based on the N-tier architecture
in many cases. In order to divide a monolithic service into
microservices, it is necessary to redefine a model as a new
microservice by extracting and merging existing models across
layers. Refactoring a monolithic service into microservices requires
advanced technical capabilities, and it is a difficult way. This paper
proposes a design and concept to ease the migration of a monolithic
service to microservices using the mobile agent technology. Our
proposed approach, mobile agents-based design and concept, enables
to ease dividing and merging services.