Edge computing is becoming more attractive to organizations because it can be more cost-effective and reliable than cloud computing. However, there are still some challenges to overcome, such as:
- High availability: Edge sites need to be able to operate reliably, even in the event of a single node failure.
- Cost: Edge infrastructure can be expensive to deploy and manage.
- Compatibility: Edge devices and applications need to be compatible with each other and with the cloud.
Bruce Kornfeld of StorMagic and DCIG's Ken Clipperton discuss.