Article: Edge Computing Gets an Open Source Boost

Cloud, Open Source, Software

Edge Computing Gets an Open Source Boost

The rise of open source at the edge is happening by necessity, as no two edge networks and device clusters are alike, requiring high degrees of customization

Next time you run data analytics or use a mobile app, thank an open-source community. No other force has opened up innovation and accessibility in computing as much as the open-source movement. Open-source systems make the world’s cloud providers, corporate data centers, social media platforms, and mobile apps. Now, open source is opening the next frontier in technology – edge computing.

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Article: Moving Customers and Products with an Event Mesh

Autonomous Internet

Moving Customers and Products with an Event Mesh

The adoption of cloud and microservices for the development of modern applications makes it hard to enable event-driven interactions across distributed applications. What’s needed is a solution that supports messaging and streaming in event-driven applications.

An Event Mesh solves this problem by having nodes in a distributed mesh that automatically route around unavailable nodes. Furthermore, moving objects in the node can always get the data they need by recalculating what are the nearest nodes.

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