Edge computing and fog computing make it possible to solve the problem of latency between data collection and transmission and bandwidth issues. Both edge computing and fog computing receive the same amount of attention these days but are often misunderstood by those who need to learn their differences.
Many organizations opt for managed Kubernetes services such as Amazon EKS, Azure AKS, or Google GKE initially to simplify operations and leverage the cloud provider’s expertise. As businesses develop further however the decision of whether to switch from managed services to self-hosted Kubernetes becomes an important one.
OpenShift has quickly emerged as a powerful solution in the ever-evolving landscape of cloud computing and container orchestration, providing agile, scalable solutions to organizations seeking agility and scalability.
5G and Edge Computing are relatively new technologies that have gained momentum quickly. According to GSMA, the 5G network will provide users access to 1 Gbps wireless speeds and enable the Internet of Things (IoT) applications in homes, cities, enterprises, factories, and more at significantly lower costs than current networks.
In case you have not heard, edge computing is a new term rapidly gaining steam over the past few years. In simple terms, “edge” or “fog” computing refers to processing things closer to their source (i.e., at the edge of a network) vs. large centralized systems that serve all data requests from a single resource.
The groundswell of computing is shifting, and it’s happening in the periphery. Edge devices have been growing at exponential rates. Cloud computing will now need to address the needs of this new framework. These two technologies are not exclusive of each other and go hand-in-hand. That’s why the adoption of cloud and edge computing will […]
Edge Computing (EC) attempts to bridge the gap between our computers, phones, or other devices and the cloud. All the world’s data isn’t just sitting up in the cloud; companies are figuring out how to let us download without going through a cloud server.
Technology has come a long way from clunky early computers to today’s pocket-sized powerhouses. But there’s a new buzzword you should know: Edge Computing. Imagine this – big companies like Netflix used to store all their stuff on the cloud, but that caused slow-downs. Here’s where edge computing steps in.
Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto container orchestration platform. Its ability to seamlessly manage and scale containerized applications has revolutionized how software is developed, deployed, and managed. According to CNCF’s Annual Survey 2021, 96% of organizations have either implemented or are currently assessing Kubernetes as their container orchestration platform, the highest record since 2016.
The demand for DevOps is on the rise, and with good reason. This hybrid development model has allowed highly competitive businesses to work at lightning speed.But with more incredible speed comes more significant security risks, especially regarding compliance issues, which can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars if they need to be addressed quickly.