In an era where billions of IoT devices are deployed, edge/fog computing paradigms are attracting attention for their ability to reduce processing delays and mitigate waste of communication resources. However, since the computing system assumed by edge/fog paradigms have heterogeneity (in terms of the computing power of devices, network performance between devices, device density, etc.), provisioning computational resources according to computational demand becomes a challenging constrained optimization problem. In this paper, we propose in-situ resource provisioning method consisting of insitu resource area selection with adaptive scale out and in-situ task scheduling based on tabu search algorithm. We conducted a simulation study in a target regional area where 2,000 IoT devices and 10 IoT services are deployed to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm. The simulation results show that our proposed algorithm can obtain higher user QoS compared to conventional resource provisioning algorithms.