Orange and Google Cloud partner in data, AI and edge computing services

Source:-israeldefense.co.il Telecommunications giant Orange and Google Cloud announced a strategic partnership this week to accelerate the transformation of Orange’s IT infrastructure and the development of future cloud services. The partnership reinforces Orange’s Engage 2025 plan, which aims to drive its internal transformation through the innovative and widespread use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data in order to improve operational efficiency and the customer experience. The collaboration will also pave the way for the development of new advanced cloud, edge computing

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AWS Adds GUI to Snow Edge Computing Family

Source:-devops.com Amazon Web Services (AWS) this week announced it has added a graphical user interface (GUI) tool dubbed AWS OpsHub for Snow Family to provide an alternative to the command-line interface (CLI) tool it makes available to manage its family of Snow appliances deployed in on-premises environments. At the same time, AWS announced it is making available additional Snowball storage appliances that are 25% faster than previous generations thanks to additional memory, support for more virtual CPUs and 100GB networking.

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Edge computing vs. cloud computing: What’s the difference?

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Is edge computing just new branding for a type of cloud computing, or is it something truly new? Let’s examine how the edge approach works, where edge makes sense, and how edge and cloud will coexist Doing enterprise computing in the cloud is no longer a novel concept. But what about the edge? You’re hearing more about edge computing, often in the same breath as talk about 5G and Internet of Things (IoT). So is edge computing just new branding for a type

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Deltec Bank, Bahamas Explains How Edge Computing Will Transform the Banking Sector

Source:-virtual-strategy.com Edge computing gives the banking sector access to even more tools that the IoT supports. As banking facilities expand and the exponential growth of technology continues, edge computing provides the banking sector with the capability of addressing and managing distributed segments. It offers institutions a significant gain in terms of latency while reducing the costs associated with sending information to the closest nodes for processing needs. That shift achieves faster speeds because the structure moves the computing power away

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The expansion of FaaS in edge: How it’ll merge IT with DevOps

Source:-itproportal.com With more enterprises continuing to integrate FaaS capabilities into both edge and cloud, we’ve seen big changes in the developer community. Deploying applications is easier than it used to be – thanks to cloud computing. IT professionals have a myriad of infrastructure choices including Virtual Machines, Containers and, most recently, Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) added to the list. FaaS capabilities further offload compute responsibilities to the service provider to better align with the needs of cloud-native, micro-services based applications. Shifting that

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Edge Computing and ITOps: Opportunities and Challenges

Source:-devops.com Edge computing is growing quickly, but IT operations need to evolve as well to effectively monitor and manage new devices, sensors, applications and data. Growing enterprise edge ecosystems should integrate and become part of centrally managed ITOM systems. Edge computing is hard to define and is running high on the hype scale. But, research and surveys continue to indicate that this trend of processing data where it’s collected for better latency, cost savings and real-time analysis is an innovation

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Top 7 Emerging Hybrid Cloud Computing Trends To Watch In 2020

Source:-expresscomputer.in From the rise of hybrid multicloud to increased use of edge computing and hyperconverged infrastructure in hybrid cloud strategies, 2020 will witness several dominating trends that will shape the future of hybrid cloud Cloud computing industry is evolving at a lightning speed with new trends and developments emerging every year. However, one thing has become quite clear—the future of cloud is hybrid. Combining the higher security for mission-critical applications that comes with private cloud with the flexibility and scalability

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FUTURE PREDICTIONS AND SCOPE OF EDGE COMPUTING IN 2020

Source:-analyticsinsight.net As edge computing has emerged out as a new approach to network architecture that eliminates the drawbacks of traditional cloud computing, certain reports have predicted its evident growth in the coming years. According to a report, the total edge computing market size is expected to grow from US$ 2.8 billion in 2019 to US$ 9.0 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 26.5 percent during the forecast period. As for its short term commitments, edge computing will see a

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Solving the Data Explosion with Fog and Edge Computing

Source:-cdotrends.com As the number of IoT devices continues to increase – a predicted 75 billion by 2025 to be exact – so do data requirements. In fact, it’s estimated that IoT will generate more than 500 zettabytes of data per year by the end of 2019. To create an environment where IoT devices and applications are seamlessly connected to one another, and their end-users, sufficient computational and storage resources are needed to perform advanced analytics and machine learning, which the

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8 data center predictions for 2020

Source:-techrepublic.com Jack Wallen shares his thoughts about data centers and edge computing, Kubernetes, 5G, containers security, and more for the coming year. The data center is the heart of your business. Although your company lives and dies by its employees and products and/or services, IT can’t deliver any level of functionality, reliability, and agility without your data center. What will 2020 bring for data centers? Let me gaze into my crystal ball and share what I think will be in

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