Edge Computing: How Leaders Should Evaluate Investment
As the focus on cloud computing continues to grow, it’s important to understand that for certain use-cases, cloud infrastructure is not ideal. For many of these use-cases, edge computing is becoming a more viable and appropriate option.
But just what is edge computing?
Edge computing is the practice of processing data near the edge of the network, closer to where the data is being generated, instead of in a centralized data-processing warehouse.
To help executives answer whether edge computing is right for their organization (and for which use cases), MBA Fellow Alex Pandrangi T’19, created a resource that highlights and explains important considerations for making the right decisions about edge computing.