Red Hat Device Edge
What is Red Hat Device Edge?
Red Hat® Device Edge extends operational consistency across edge and hybrid cloud environments, no matter where devices are deployed in the field. Red Hat Device Edge combines enterprise-ready lightweight Kubernetes container orchestrations using MicroShift with Red Hat Enterprise Linux® to support different use cases and workloads on small, resource-constrained devices at the farthest edge.
Devices at the far edge need a different approach
Edge devices such as drones, IoT gateways, points of sale/information, and vehicle systems have to operate with limited computing resources, power, cooling, and connectivity. Additionally, they’re often hard to access, with little or no on-site technical expertise.
To meet these challenges, users need a flexible platform that can consistently support different workloads across devices and locations.
About edge computing
Edge computing shifts computing power away from core datacenters and distributes it closer to users and data sources—often across a large number of locations., providing faster response times, more reliable services, and a better application experience back to users.
Use Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) powered applications to gather and process data at remote locations faster.
Deploy and manage workloads that are virtual, containerized or running on bare metal.
Manage thousands of devices at scale consistently across edge and hybrid cloud architectures.
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