Co-hosts Stephen Spector and Rob Hirschfeld discuss the newly released State of the Edge 2020 report as well as some thoughts on the recent cancellation of Mobile World Congress.
Joining us this week is Ed Kuzemchak, CTO and Director, Embedded and IoT Engineering at Software Design Solutions.
About Software Design Solutions
Software Design Solutions provides consulting and embedded software development services. We use our knowledge and expertise to solve problems at every stage of application development. Companies can either hand off projects for us to develop for them, or we can join the existing customer team to provide experienced engineers with little or no ramp time. They can also leverage our decades of embedded software expertise to learn new best practices in agile embedded software development.
Rob Hirschfeld announces the new EdgeLab project (edgelab.digital) for developers looking to build an inexpensive edge infrastructure solution to test basic edge computing concepts. The project is on GitHub and contributions are welcome.
Eric Wright, Director Technical Marketing and Evangelist at Turbonomic offers his end of year thoughts for the state of technology. He is also a well known podcaster at DiscoPosse.
Mark Thiele joins the L8istSh9y to talk the future of our industry and how previous open source projects like OpenStack offer us a chance to do things differently with new projects like Kubernetes.
Joining us is Niraj Tolia, CEO of Kasten to discuss his thoughts on the recent KubeCon, the Kubernetes Ecosystem and multi-cluster deployments.
Our guest today is Dr Mahadev Satyanarayanan, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University.
Satya’s multi-decade research career has focused on the challenges of performance, scalability, availability and trust in information systems that reach from the cloud to the mobile edge of the Internet. In the course of this work, he has pioneered many advances in distributed systems, mobile computing, pervasive computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Most recently, his seminal 2009 publication “The Case for VM-based Cloudlets in Mobile Computing” and the ensuing research has led to the emergence of Edge Computing (also known as “Fog Computing”). Satya is the Carnegie Group Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. He received the PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon, after Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. He is a Fellow of the ACM and the IEEE.
Rob offers his thoughts on the recent KubeCon event in San Diego as well as the recent reviews of the Google Stadia Gaming deployment.
Short update on feedback to our recent rantcast on the Edge Landscape podcast.
Overview of the recent talk Rob Hirschfeld gave at Edge Congress Austin about Edge Computing and trends that people are overlooking as they move forward in this new industry trend.
Also, an aside to slide formats in all black and chicken sandwiches.