After some over exciting associated with the cloud some of the users became little bit more sceptic - why? Because there are some specific branches of the industry where digitalisation is, let's say, not as advanced as in others - I'm reffering to the whole production plants where only internet connection based on a single sim card (it's not a joke). What should we do in such cases - split the current cloud users for those who can and those who cannot use it? Offcourse no! In mentioned situation we move our virtual boundary from the cloud to the on site infrastructure - in the other words we introduce the edge who is the "cloud special agent". We move some processing and decision making mechanisms from the cloud where they used to be to the edge where they are possible to use... about that and much more I will talk during my session, please join me and see how it is looks like in the "real world", not in the technical documentation :)
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