Topic: edge

ITOps Times Blog: Edge computing will require massive changes in cloud infrastructure

Edge computing is still in its early days, but it will require massive changes in infrastructure before it will take off. Edge is another one of those terms that has many different definitions, especially at this early stage. But the most basic textbook definition of edge is one that encompasses the set of latency-sensitive applications, … continue reading

SQream launches IoT Edge Partner Innovation Lab

SQream, the developers of a GPU-accelerated data warehouse called SQream DB, announced the launch of its IoT Edge Partner Innovation Lab. “The SQream Nano Partner Innovation Lab will build on the successful results we have with enterprises around the world, and provide an infrastructure for IoT partners who want to leverage our ability to store … continue reading

Report: Edge computing will grow as global data volume grows exponentially

The speed of data proliferation and the need for tailored data means that edge computing will become even more important in the coming years, according to a newly published report. The report, called “Data at the Edge: Managing and Activating Information in a Distributed World,” is produced by edge computing experts from Vapor IO, Packet … continue reading

Rancher Labs introduces a lightweight Kubernetes distribution for the edge

Rancher Labs has announced a new project designed for resource-constrained environments and low-touch operations. K3s is an open-source lightweight Kubernetes distribution built for the edge. According to the company, it can be used for ARM, IoT and CI edge solutions. “The work for k3s started as a component of Rio, an experimental project we started … continue reading

HPE Discover Madrid 2018: HPE Datacenter Care Services, HPE Compostable Cloud, and HPE Edgeline

At HPE Discover Madrid 2018 this week, HPE made several new announcements for new solutions relating to cloud and the edge. Highlights include: HPE Datacenter Care Services expanded to meet modern needs HPE introduced new operational capabilities to HPE Datacenter Care. The new features are designed to “transform and optimize customers’ IT environments from the … continue reading

RAN Innovation: Enabling 5G delivery of IoT, AR, and VR applications

The advent of 5G in the telecommunications industry was top of mind for the 22,000 attendees of the first Mobile World Congress Americas conference, recently hosted in Los Angeles. 5G brings the possibility of virtualizing a radio access network (RAN) and running in an edge cloud. Cloud computing is also a key factor in transforming … continue reading

Microsoft Ignite themes: Security, AI and data, IoT and edge computing

Microsoft kicked off its Ignite conference this morning with a boatload of announcement primarily around three themes: IT security, AI and data, and IoT and edge computing. With cyberattacks continuing to harm organizations around the world, Microsoft announced Secure Score, a report card to assess their current state of security as well as make recommendations … continue reading

Hortonworks, IBM and Red Hat team up on the Open Hybrid Architecture Initiative

Hortonworks, IBM and Red Hat have announced a new collaboration to bring Big Data to hybrid environments. The companies announced the Open Hybrid Architecture Initiative designed to take Big Data workloads across on-premise, multi-cloud and edge architectures. The initiative will bring Hortonworks Data Platform, Hortonworks DataFlow, Hortonworks DataPlane and IBM Cloud Private for Data to … continue reading

Cloudera, Red Hat and Eurotech join forces for open IoT architecture solution

Cloud-optimized machine learning and analytics platform developer Cloudera is teaming up with industrial embedded hardware company Eurotech and open-source giant Red Hat to develop a modular, vendor-agnostic, and open-source architecture and standard for deploying  IoT-connected devices at the enterprise level by combining their technologies. According to the companies, organizations are finding themselves limited to founctionaity, … continue reading

VMware announces improved cloud security and integrations at VMworld 2018

VMware is partnering with Amazon Web Services on the Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware. The companies made the announcement this week at the VMworld 2018 conference taking place in Las Vegas. The database is a new solution VMware says will bring easier management and migration of VMware, AWS or hybrid database running on VMware … continue reading

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