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    Realizing Opportunity at the Edge with a Distributed Cloud Database

    Image: Deemerwha studio/Adobe Stock Must-read big data coverage The hype around edge computing is growing, and rightfully so. By bringing compute and storage closer to where data is generated and consumed, such as IoT devices and end-user applications, organizations are able to deliver low latency, reliable and highly available experiences to even the most bandwidth-hungry, […] More

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    Microsoft Defender for Cloud Gets More Multicloud

    Image: monticellllo/Adobe Stock Almost 90% of enterprises use more than one public cloud provider, according to Flexera’s 2023 State of the Cloud survey. For enterprise cloud users, managing their multicloud workloads is the second biggest challenge after managing cloud costs. Microsoft Defender for Cloud aims to help with that. Businesses can already use Microsoft Defender […] More

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    The differences between edge computing and cloud computing

    Processing and information storage occur on edge programs over the cloud. However community constraints could also be one of the simplest ways to tell apart edge from cloud. Illustration: Andy Wolber/TechRepublic On the core, the important thing distinction between edge computing and cloud computing comes down to 1 idea: community connection constraints. If web connectivity […] More