Edge computing is a rapidly growing technology that has the potential to change the way we think about networks and data processing. By moving computing resources closer to the edge of the network, edge computing can help organizations reduce latency, improve performance and increase security. But is edge computing truly a tectonic shift in the way we think about computing, or is it just a niche market for hybrid work, consumer gaming, the metaverse, market data? This session will explore the current state of edge computing, its benefits and limitations, and what the future of edge computing might look like. We will also discuss the use cases and industries that are most likely to benefit from edge computing, and what organizations need to know to get started with edge computing.
Introduction: The basics of edge computing and its potential impact on the industry
Overview of the current state of edge computing and its key players
Benefits and limitations of edge computing
Use cases and industries that are most likely to benefit from edge computing
How to get started with edge computing
Edge computing’s future trends and developments
Conclusion and Q&A
IT professionals, network architects, cloud architects, developers and anyone interested in learning about the latest developments in edge computing and its future impact on industry.