Pete Bartolik

Pete Bartolik has researched and written about technology and vertical market segments for many years and has worked on many market research, writing and social media projects. He was news editor of the IT management publication, Computerworld, and a reporter for a daily newspaper.

The Beauty of Edge Computing
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The Beauty of Edge Computing


Building the Edge with Community-powered Innovation

Building the Edge with Community-powered Innovation

There was a time when large technology vendors and enterprises wouldn’t touch open source software with a 10-foot pole. But now most embrace it avidly. What’s more, it’s almost certain that open source will be at the forefront of...

Securing the Edge – Not Without Challenges

Securing the Edge – Not Without Challenges

Ultra-fast networks running on the network edge will move app functions and data closer to the user to reduce latency and improve performance. In the process, edge computing can bring new security capabilities to the field – but...

Edge Requires Interoperability

Edge Requires Interoperability

Don’t count on a single vendor to build an entire edge stack. Edge deployments will vary greatly both in terms of devices and connectivity, as well as the deployment environment. Types of devices and use cases vary considerably....

Extending Enterprise Edge Deployments

Extending Enterprise Edge Deployments

Edge computing is essential to many digital transformation plans – spanning virtually any industry from retail to telcos to manufacturers. Scalability and manageability represent opportunity and challenges as organizations role...

5G Brings a New Dimension to Edge Computing

5G Brings a New Dimension to Edge Computing

5G isn’t only about downloading movies in just a few minutes. Wireless operators are leveraging 5G technology to bring a host of public and private network edge services to the market – and open hybrid cloud technologies are a key...

Running the Edge on Autopilot

Running the Edge on Autopilot

Unlike traditional data centers, edge devices and services are managed outside the typical management sphere. Platforms are pushed outside the data center, devices are spread across huge areas in inaccessible locations, and...

Practical Use of AI/ML in Edge Manufacturing Applications

Practical Use of AI/ML in Edge Manufacturing Applications

Manufacturers are moving from reliance on proprietary operational technology systems to open-sourced solutions that accelerate adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in edge manufacturing...

Containers at the Edge of Space

Containers at the Edge of Space

Data latency from Mars to Earth can range from 4 minutes to 24 – so it could take up to 48 minutes for a round trip response, depending on how close the planets are at any particular time. Relays between the International Space...

Where Cloud and Edge Meet

Where Cloud and Edge Meet

Increasingly, edge environments are part of hybrid cloud architectures that meld localized assets with the vast scale and analytics capabilities of public and private cloud services. Few edge deployments will operate in a manner...

Managing the Wild, Wild Edge

Managing the Wild, Wild Edge

The concept behind edge computing is simple: bringing compute resources and analytics capabilities closer to where data is created. Edge can help organizations create smart vehicles, for example, as well as smart factories, smart...

Oracle Cloud VMware Solution: A Strategic Option for the Global Enterprise

Oracle Cloud VMware Solution: A Strategic Option for the Global Enterprise

Some of the toughest issues for IT leaders to come to grips with in planning cloud migration are how easy will it be to move and manage their workloads. Oracle and VMware have teamed up to alleviate those concerns.

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