Edge was one of the hottest topics in cloud computing in 2017. Here are some of our top resources for ramping up your knowledge.
Edge computing is fast approaching -- here are two upcoming events where you can learn more and work with industry experts.
Some key takeaways from the working session at OpenDev.
Got five minutes? Verizon's Beth Cohen breaks down the basics of edge computing in this Superuser TV interview.
Use cases, challenges and how you can get involved.
One of the major outcomes of OpenDev is a group interested in developing use cases and reference architectures for this emerging tech.
Hear experts from Verizon, Ericsson, China Mobile, Intel, Cisco and more in May.
Verizon’s Beth Cohen talks about the hard work and, yes, magic involved in edge computing.
From eldercare to taking the anguish from building Ikea furniture, one computer science pioneer outlines how edge computing will change our days for the better.
Mark Shuttleworth from Canonical and Joseph Wang from Inwinstack talk about the new initiatives at Carnegie Mellon University around 5G and OpenStack.
"We can't assume that tech developed for data center operations can directly solve edge computing use cases," says Inmarsat's Gregory Katsaros. Here are his thoughts on moving forward.
"AI and the cloud is old news - the future is in edge," says Lattice Semiconductor's Deepak Boppana.
The LAMP stack model sheds light on what’s next in open infrastructure.
Internet of Things and edge computing dominated the content and conversations at OpenStack Days Taiwan in July.
Verizon's cloud-in-a-box offering based on OpenStack delivers computing to the edge -- and your local coffee shop.
Hear from experts at AT&T, Verizon, Intel, NTT and more.
Some common questions answered about the 17th edition of OpenStack.
Superuser talks to Adrien Lebre, who co-chairs the OpenStack Fog, Edge and Distributed Computing Working Group.
“It's really important to understand that edge is not just one thing, it's a lot of different things -- it's containers but not just containers..." says Verizon's Beth Cohen.
SmartMe is one of the nominees for the Superuser Awards to be presented at the OpenStack Summit Vancouver, May 21-24.