A Verizon engineer will discuss the common pain points associated with edge computing architectures, how they impact organizations today, and how to overcome some of them with HashiCorp Terraform.
There’s been a lot of talk about "the edge" — but what does that really mean in the context of your architecture? Many development teams often architect in the face of network latency with automation and other software workarounds, but what if there was a better way?
With the proliferation of high-speed 5G networks, a whole new world of immersive experiences will be unlocked but their development could result in unforeseen architectural challenges.
In this talk, Robbie Belson of Verizon will discuss the common pain points associated with edge computing architectures, how they impact organizations today, and how to overcome them.
Leveraging examples from recent experiences with customers across startups and large enterprises, he will share how to manage and scale your edge applications using Terraform and best practices for cost effectiveness, reliability, and performance excellence.
To learn how developers at Verizon build low-latency application at the mobile network edge using Verizon 5G Edge, Terraform, and AWS Wavelength, check out this video as well.
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