A guide to edge computing

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Galem Kayo - Ubuntu Product Manager

About this talk

Put simply, edge computing is the method of processing data where it is being generated, at the edge of a network, allowing for real time data-processing without latency as opposed to sending it to a data centre. Since these ‘edge devices’ are integrated to the physical world and interact with people, it can be said that the edge is the physical location where things and people connect to the cloud. The drive to edge computing has been born out of necessity as a result of the huge amounts of data being generated by devices. With the advancement of ‘smart-tech’ generating vast amounts of data daily, edge computing is here to stay and will continue to provide cost effective security assurances, speed of compute and scalability for businesses. Join our upcoming webinar hosted by Galem Kayo, Ubuntu Product Manager to understand what is driving businesses to process their data at the edge and how you can add an edge computing layer to your business infrastructure.

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