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51 Stories To Learn About Edge Computing

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Let's learn about Edge Computing via these 51 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

1. Edge Computing Is So Fun - Part 1: Outdoor Edge Computing

Cloud computing has been very boring for a long time. Everything is inside the data center and you don’t even see the systems that you are working on.

2. On the Edge of a New Year: IT Predictions for 2022

The single biggest cause of network errors are people.

3. IoT Development and Edge Computing: Why Do We Need It?

Are you wondering how IoT development services and edge computing could be beneficial in your life or business? Learn more about how IoT services work in this guide.

4. 8 Cloud Computing Trends to Watch in 2021

Cloud computing has grown exponentially in the past decade and is not about to stop. As predicted by Forrester’s research, the global public cloud infrastructure will grow 35% in 2021, many thanks to the pandemic. Due to the lingering effects of covid-19 in 2021, the cloud will be the key focus for organizations looking for increased scalability, business continuity, and cost-efficiency.

5. The Megashift Towards Decentralized Edge Computing

Why do we need Edge Computing? Why is the cloud not the solution for everything? Why is Edge Computing adoption taking so long? What's the solution to it?

6. Introduction to App Platform

Qoddi is a PaaS app platform made for business, free for developers.

7. How Edge AI Chipsets Will Make AI Tasks More Efficient

Edge chipsets are here to stay and improve how people use and produce data. With the pairing of AI, every task, no matter how small, becomes simpler.

8. I Found a Way to Donate Unused CPU Cycles to Combat the Coronavirus!

The Folding at Home research project uses crowd sourced CPU power to help model simulations to develop treatments for diseases. You can help them by taking 5 minutes to download their client, and donate some CPU Cycles.

9. How to Use Cloud-init to Self-Register k3OS Clusters to Rancher

The lightweight Kubernetes OS that is known as k3OS has quickly been gaining popularity in the cloud-native community as a compact and edge-focused Linux distribution that cuts the fat away from the traditional K8s distro. While k3OS is picking up steam, it is still on the bleeding edge and there is still a bit of a shortage of learning material out there for it.

10. AWS Snow Family: An Old Solution to a New Problem

The AWS Snow Family is a group of three products that solved the problem of slow data transfers and edge computing associated with cloud storage.

11. Startup Interview with David A. Smith, Founder & CTO, and John Payne, CEO of Croquet

The Croquet Collaboration Library and Frameworks are the easiest & most powerful way for developers to create instantaneous shared experiences.

12. How Edge Computing Will Evolve in 2023

economy in the year ahead and continuing to worry that inflation is eroding everything, business leaders are bracing for rough times in 2023.

13. Important Considerations for Pushing AI to the Edge

AI at the edge means that we’re simply moving at least portions of the process out of centralized data centers closer to where the data originates and where decisions are made in the physical world.

14. Building Business Ecosystems Through an Open Edge (Part One)

In the rapidly-evolving technology landscape, competitive advantage is based on the ability to innovate rapidly and continuously improve an offering through software- and, increasingly, hardware-defined experiences, not to mention better services.

15. How Can Enterprises Utilize Edge Computer Vision?

Business applications of computer vision technology for Enterprises, retail analytics, edge computing, intrusion detection and monitoring

16. Things COVID-19 Taught Us About IoT Edge

As we watch various industries react to movement restrictions and new work-from-home environments, it has also caused us to reflect on the future of IoT and the role edge computing will play. We wanted to take this opportunity to share a few observations on how the current situation exemplifies the benefits of edge computing and having remote orchestration capabilities for critical systems through IoT solutions. While we hope that we’ll see a return to a more normal way of life soon, we believe that remotely-orchestrated IoT edge solutions will be an integral part of businesses’ digital strategies well into the future.

17. Live on the Edge of Computing

Data is the lifeblood of any application and any business venture.

18. Edge Computing is So Fun Part 5. CDN Is The Magic Inside Disney’s Streaming Services

Without the CDN infrastructure, Disney+'s 100 million subscribers will not be able to enjoy the movies at home during the pandemic.

19. How IoT And Edge Computing Influence Various Industries

From healthcare to lifestyle, everything is being influenced by emerging technologies like IoT and edge computing. Moreover, as data remains the foundation of today’s economy, businesses can use these emerging technologies to offer a more personalized experience to their customers.

20. Building Business Ecosystems Through an Open Edge (Part Two)

Why an Open, Trusted Edge is Key to Realizing the True Potential of Digital Transformation

21. #NoBrainers: You Need A High Performing Low Latency Distributed Database

Certain industries greatly benefit from high-performing, low-latency, geo-distributed technologies.

22. The Noonification: How Can Enterprises Utilize Edge Computer Vision? (1/14/2023)

1/14/2023: Top 5 stories on the Hackernoon homepage!

23. AI, Big Data, Blockchain, and Edge: Welcome to 2020

Technological advancements and digitization have become inevitable in this online world.

24. Eclipse 2020 IoT Developer Survey

On May 12, the Eclipse Foundation launched the sixth edition of the IoT Developer Survey. We encourage developers in the IoT open source ecosystem to add your voice to the IoT Developer Survey to help the industry gain the broadest possible view of the state of IoT technologies in the context of commercial IoT!

25. Edge Intelligence: the Upcoming Challenger to Cloud Intelligence

The true edge intelligence lies in this decentralised topology, which will give rise to a new generation of chip companies focusing on computation and more.

26. An Intro to Edge Computer Vision: Technologies, Applications, Use Cases and Key Models

introduction to computer vision technologies, applications, use cases and key models.

27. Building Business Ecosystems Through an Open Edge (Part Three)

Getting to “Advanced Class”, Including Focusing on Compounding Value with the Right Partners

28. KubeMQ Secrets To Build A Great Kubernetes-based Solution In A Hybrid Environment

A messaging platform that was purposefully built utilizing Kubernetes is a crucial component to successful deployments in hybrid and edge environments.

29. What's Next for Adaptive Neural Systems?

There is a trend in neural networks that has existed since the beginning of the deep learning revolution which is succinctly captured in one word: scale.

30. Tackling Environmental Issues with Software: How Remote GPU Reduces the Impact of GPUs

Demand for accelerated computing brings a large environmental impact. Remote GPU software will sharply reduce that impact via higher utilization of GPUs.

31. T-Mobile’s Accelerator and Innovation Lab is Paving the Way for 5G Adoption Across the US

Why does 5G excite me?!? As a technologist (though I guess everyone on Hackernoon is), I have been on the never-ending hunt to speed up all critical things in my life. The internet is certainly one of those things. The theoretical maximum speed of 5G is 100x faster than current 4G technology. That is faster than a cable internet connection. It's more akin to having a fiber connection installed, but it's wireless! Doesn't that just blow your mind?

32. Serverless at the Edge: A Quick Overview

Edge computing platforms like Cloudflare Workers and Deno Deploy allow us to write serverless middleware and backends that are both very fast and cheap.

[33. Edge Computing Is So Fun

  • Part 3: Help Save The Planet With Smart Cities]( Figure 1. Singapore was ranked №1 on the Institute for Management Development’s 2020 Smart City Index Report. Credit: International Case Studies of Smart Cities

34. How to Install Anthos Bare Metal on Intel NUCs: A Beginner's Guide

Anthos on Bare Metal allows you to spin up a cluster from as few as 2 Intel NUCs. It’s a relatively straightforward process.

35. Can You React Faster than a Self-Driving Car on 5G Networks?

This article is about how self-driving cars and 5G will make roads safer for everyone.

36. Cloud Computing and the Evolution of SASE Cybersecurity

Often, cloud applications are deployed “as is,” without the proper security controls needed to prevent data leakage, data exfiltration or malware infection.

37. The Promise Of Edge Computing

Edge Computing uses local devices to compute, store and communicate data. Edge computing can therefore be thought of as an extension of cloud services (which allow compute, storage, analytics, and other functions to be executed remotely) to the user’s local devices, speeding up computation and making it more secure.

38. Turning Users Invisible: Edge Machine Learning in Privacy-First Location Detection

How to use edge machine learning in browser for privacy-first location detection. Turn your users invisible while building location-based websites.

39. Securing the IoT Edge (Part 1)

IoT adoption in enterprises is on the rise. Yet despite interest in the space accelerating, organizations of varying sizes and verticals have run into several roadblocks in implementation.

40. Pushing AI to the Edge: Use Cases and What is Next [Part 2]

In Part One of this two-part Q&A series we highlighted some key considerations for edge AI deployments. In this installment, our questions turn to emerging use cases and key trends for the future.

[41. Edge Computing Is So Fun -

Part 2: The Future Begins with The Road Side Unit]( This is the second in a series of articles on edge computing, delving into the infrastructure of outdoor edge computing, the emergence of the Roadside Unit as a common building block, a real-life example of the Roadside Unit, and the way forward.

42. An Introduction to the appfleet Edge Computing Platform

A new edge compute platform goes live. appfleet allows users to deploy containers and applications to multiple global regions

43. Edge AI: the Innards, Use Cases, Benefits, and Barriers

Recent research suggests that the number of Internet of Things devices used globally will exceed 38 billion by 2025.

44. No Such Thing As The Intelligent Edge

But it will be much bigger than the Internet.

45. A Guide to Enhancing Security at the IoT Edge (Part 2)

The computing landscape has long observed a swing between centralized and distributed architectures, from the mainframe to client-server to the cloud. The next generation of computing is now upon us, representing both a return to the familiar distributed model and a breakthrough in rethinking how we handle data.

46. How to Leverage Open Source GraphQL CDN/Edge Cache With Cloudflare, Fastly, and

We'll learn how you can leverage our API Developer Framework to add Edge Caching to your GraphQL APIs without locking yourself into a specific vendor.

47. Edge Computing and the Metaverse

Edge computing in relation to the metaverse

48. Using KubeMQ Bridges to Communicate Between Edge and Cloud Clusters

Struggling to communicate between your edge sources and the home cloud? Messaging could be the solution.

49. Step-By-Step Tutorial To Deploy A Distributed Node.js App At The Edge

In this tutorial, we are going to demonstrate how to deploy a distributed Node.js app at the Edge using Section's Edge Compute Platform.

50. Zero Trust Strategies To Combat Breaches Like Mirai, Stuxnet, Verkada and Beyond

A zero trust security model at the end would prevent breaches from happening.

51. Anthos on Bare Metal: How to Manage a Private Cluster From the Cloud

The millions of devices that currently make up the Internet of Things (IoT) reside not in the cloud but on-premises: from retail stores to factory floors.

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