How networking pros can take advantage of edge computing
Work is more distributed than ever. Remote end users and branch offices routinely ping data back and forth, and that's a lot of activity happening away from the network core. These users expect fast response times as they access network applications, data and services.
Edge computing architecture helps by moving applications and data closer to the user. As a distributed IT architecture, edge computing aims to meet end-user demands and expectations for quicker response times.
In this handbook, learn how networking professionals can take advantage of an edge computing architecture by decentralizing data centers and actually locating them closer to end users.