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Edge computing in practice

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Edge computing in practice

  1. 1. 14. SPOTKANIE MICROSOFT AZURE USER GROUP W ŁODZI, 21.03.2019 Edge Computing in practice Rafał Warzycha, Technology Evangelist
  2. 2. The Edge, the Fog and the Cloud Concept and considerations Security Main usages Hardware capabilities Hardware review Use case – smart home Downsides March 27, 2019 Slide 2 Agenda
  3. 3. How do they interact with each other? The Edge, the Fog and the Cloud March 27, 2019 Slide 4 Cloud – Data Centers – Heavy lifting Fog – Not used resources – Processing on premise Edge – Large number of the devices – Close to hardware
  4. 4. – Limit data usage and latency – Preprocessing – aggregations – Fast vs slow reaction on events/alarms – Security – Working offline – Brownfield connectivity – Provisioning and lifetime management Concept and considerations March 27, 2019 Slide 5
  5. 5. Main usage March 27, 2019 Slide 6 Storage – TimeSeries – InfluxDB – Cache – Redis – Documents – MongoDB – Messages – Paho MQTT Artificial Intelligence – Automatic speech recognition (ASR), – Natural language processing – Machine learning Offline mode and aggregations Additional processing
  6. 6. Hardware review March 27, 2019 Slide 7 HPE GL10 DELL 3001 Fujitsu B&R Advantech JanzTec
  7. 7. – Unified Extensible Firmware Interface - UEFI – Bootloader – Shim – Signed kernel – Signed docker images – Certificate based communication – mutually trusted TLS – Trusted Platform Module - TPM Security March 27, 2019 Slide 8
  8. 8. Hardware capabilities March 27, 2019 Slide 9 – WiFi a/c – LAN 1GB – LTE / 4G – BT – Shock and vibe resistance, – 12V DC, 10.5W, – Aluminum housing, passive cooling – Both x86 and ARM Connectivity Additional info
  9. 9. IP camera Use case – smart home March 27, 2019 Slide 10 Initial state – Recording 24/7 – 40 GB/day compressed After the Edge – Limit transfer – Alerts on intrusions – Work offline - don’t loose any data
  10. 10. – Added cost – Additional abstraction layers – Hardware limitations Edge computing Downsides March 27, 2019 Slide 11

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