Building Resiliency Through a Collaborative Ecosystem
09 Oct 2019
Data Centre World Keynote Theatre
As applications migrate closer to the user and data, data center architectures are becoming more complicated. To deliver these complex edge networks, the ecosystem needs to change. The edge’s unique challenges can only be fully addressed by a collaborative environment encompassing all key partners –physical infrastructure vendors, system integrators, IT equipment manufacturers, managed service providers, and the customer. As data lakes with massive amounts of normalized data are created, we can take that collaborative environment to the next level by developing open APIs. Implementing open APIs and allowing third parties to access the data lakes enables the deployment of open-sourced applications and strengthens the edge ecosystem. This presentation will highlight three keys to achieving a resilient edge: A collaborative ecosystem that includes the customer; Cloud-based software to managing the edge; Open APIs for data lakes to allow open-sourced applications.
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