Red Hat’s CTO Explains Edge Computing Buildout

The provider of open-sourced solutions is working with firms to build and refine their edge computing environments.

Nadine Shaabana

Red Hat is building out its suite of tools—including its container platform OpenShift and container-native virtualization (CNV) packages, which are add-ons to the OpenShift platform—to enable clients to develop and better manage edge computing projects as part of their broader cloud strategies.

Edge computing is a category of distributed computing that takes place close to the relevant data it needs to process—rather than at the server or cloud location. By bringing compute power closer to the

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