For many industries, distributed operational locations are a fundamental part of business, for example transport, supply chains, retail, energy, and telecoms to name a few. For organisations solving the problem of delivering consistent digital services across their federated, and in some cases mobile, locations raises many operational and technical challenges from reliable communication, to governance and control.
Edge computing describes the way organisations tackle the challenge of decentralising their I.T. to support their distributed organisational models; providing compute and data storage closer to where it is needed. It involves moving computing resources from data centres and the cloud to edge locations that are physically closer to users and data sources.
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While we may not be able to meet face-to-face this year at Summit, this certainly doesn’t change our goals. Red Hat Global Services is still focused on three key things: client success, deep expertise, and emerging technology adoption. Only this time, we’re coming to you live via our Virtual Summit, where you can attend our keynotes and breakout sessions from your own personal devices.
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The technology landscape is laden with distractions – emerging technologies, agile, DevOps, to name just a few. And the journey of getting to the cloud is not going to happen overnight, especially to realize business outcomes. To be successful with hybrid cloud, organizations should think of their infrastructure as all of their services working together in a unified platform and define a cloud strategy that includes how to overcome hurdles.
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