What's at the edge? The ability to solve real-world problems has been saved
What's at the edge? The ability to solve real-world problems
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
Edge computing is the future of IT, but first it has to be standardized and managed properly. Companies that can effectively leverage the edge will be in a position to leapfrog their competitors.
Edge is the future of IT, but it still has some growing pains
Although edge computing is growing, it lacks the maturity of cloud. That’s changing. In this podcast, David Linthicum talks with Deloitte's Lisa Noon and Clarify360's Jo Peterson about how research organizations are bringing standards to the edge and how companies are building on that to apply edge computing to more and more real-world situations. The consensus? Edge is a wide-open space with lots of potential, and companies that leverage edge effectively will have a competitive advantage.
Emerging [edge] use cases...can be not only business differentiators, technology differentiators, but they can make a real impact on someone's life.
Lisa Noon is a managing director in Deloitte Consulting's Cloud Engineering practice, leading Deloitte’s global Google Cloud solution program. In her role, she helps enterprise clients realize their transformational vision by leveraging leading edge, cloud, and analytics technologies.
Jo Peterson leads the Cloud and Security practices at Clarify360. She brings more than 25 years of technology consulting, systems engineering, and sales experience. An influencer in the space, Jo brings a strong results orientation and focus on the bottom line to client engagements.
What does the future of IT look like? Look to the edge. Edge may still be hard to define, but many organizations are looking to deploy edge to help create more value for their customers.
The edge promises an exciting future. The combination of edge and cloud will result in a new generation of edge-native, mobile technologies that organizations can use to delight their customers.
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