February 19, 2018 / GuidesFor Team
Edge Computing architecture is a system that separates the application layer from the storage and computation layer. The latter is in a cloud-based server while the application servers are hosted locally.
Opensource.com wrote an article how Edge Computing is trending into the mainstream and the future of IoT.
Edge architecture reduces the pressure on the cloud systems. Since the application layer that requires frequent updates and could potentially host malicious programs, it the Data Storage system is separated for security and convenience.
It would also mean that the architecture would need at least two server clusters. A remote monitoring system (RMS) should be enabled on both clusters.
This article discusses how RMS implementation in Edge infrastructure should be done taking into account known challenges of Edge computing.
– Miyagi Kazuki
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