With cloud architecture becoming more art than science, some problems are stumping those who are supposed to have all the answers
"For the most part, cloud architecture is not that exciting. By now we know basically what works, what does not, and the process to get to the right target architecture. This means both the meta or logical architecture and added technology to get to the physical architecture.
Although we know the best patterns for most of what cloud architecture requires, some problems are still being debated. No de facto solution or best practice has emerged yet. Here are my top three:..."
At a point when one discusses the difference between Cloud Computing and Edge Computing, the fundamental difference worth taking a look at is the means by which data processing takes place
"Nowadays, most of the data processing through the current IoT frameworks is performed on the Cloud, utilizing a progression of centralized servers. Thus, all the low-end devices, just as the entryway ones, are utilized for collecting information to perform low-level handling. Cloud and Edge computing are sometimes, talked about as though they're fundamentally unrelated approaches to deal with network framework. While they may work in various manners, using one doesn't block the utilization of the other.
In fact, they really compliment each other successfully..."
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