5 Requirements for Data at the Edge

5 Requirements for Data at the Edge

We see 5 primary requirements for the management of data at the edge: Kubernetes native, Hyperconverged architectures available, Community and Open Source, Performance, Enterprise-level support and solutions engineering.

At KubeCon+CloudNativeCon NA 2020, the chair of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s technical operating committee, Liz Rice, named edge as the second leading trend for 2021.

We see five primary requirements for the management of data at the edge:

  1. Kubernetes native
  2. Hyperconverged architectures available
  3. Community and Open Source
  4. Performance
  5. Enterprise-level support and solutions engineering

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