Kubernetes at Edge: Centralized Management for Edge Clouds

There are several difficulties have emerged in relation to remote management of software deployment and updates, including latency, pre-processing of data, orchestration of various workloads, and end-to-end orchestration of computing resources. These difficulties have emerged as edge computing continues to gain momentum in order to deal with streaming data generated by numerous IoT devices. For businesses and service providers who wish to install or already have deployed edge nodes, Kubernetes has emerged as the ideal answer. Along with extensive feature sets for public cloud, private cloud, and core data centers, it delivers a cloud-native approach to edge use cases. This technical brief focuses on current Kubernetes for Edge adoption scenarios and how Coredge provides solutions for it.

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