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September 28-30, 2020
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Tuesday, September 29 • 3:15pm - 3:45pm
A Microservices Approach to Edge Computing Platform Architecture - Neal Oliver & Sindhura Gaddam, Intel

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Cloud-native architecture has been a critical component in the success of the cloud. It has made scalability possible; it has spawned a rich ecosystem of hardware and software ingredients that feed upon and contribute to its success. For edge computing to follow this pattern, attributes in addition to scalability must be solved for, including proper selection of edge nodes by location, hardware/application affinity, and capacity. The Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) open-source toolkit is based on a microservices architecture; it provides a collection of microservices that support the new “edge-native” requirements. The OpenNESS microservices approach supports both the development of new edge computing platforms and the enhancement of existing edge computing platforms with new functionality. This presentation describes the architecture and the microservices provided in the toolkit.

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Sindhura Gaddam

Software Systems Engineer, Intel
Sindhura is a Software Systems Engineer in the Network Platforms Group at Intel, focusing on edge computing and the ecosystem enablement at edge. Sindhura works with several ecosystem partners to onboard their applications onto Intel Architecture and scale/accelerate the adoption... Read More →
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Neal Oliver

Principal Engineer, Intel
Neal Oliver is a Principal Engineer in the Network Platforms Group at Intel, currently focusing on edge computing technologies and LTE and 5G networks. He works with commercial/government partners and customers to apply edge computing, acceleration, and network virtualization technologies... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2020 3:15pm - 3:45pm EDT
Enterprise Networking & Edge Theater