We are in the midst of a new generation of computing, Edge Computing. As with each generation of computing before it, Edge will impact every industry and force IT departments to adapt to new architectures, deployment models and business models.
In fact Gartner forecast 75% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed at the edge by 2025*. So, this isn’t one of those technologies that you can decide to adopt or not for your business. Today enterprises are continually looking for business outcomes in real-time, competitive advantage through better customer engagement, lower cost of operations, drive reductions in their rapidly accelerating network costs whilst also ensuring business continuity in the presence of network failures.
Whilst protecting the privacy of personal and sensitive information in a decentralization IT topology of data and application processing across hundreds to millions of edge endpoints. The outcome: provide faster insights and actions to the data where it's created. Deliver continuous operations even while disconnected, and better data security and control.
IBM Edge Application Manager (IEAM) is the ONLY market offering that provides autonomous management to handle the scale, variability, and rate of change of edge deployment environments that traditional management solutions were not designed for.
Join one of our weekly lunch and learn DEMO meetups to see and hear from IBM on how we can help you realise how IAEM can support your business uniquely managed at the Edge and transform your business.
- Edge Computing - the new paradigm.
- Overview and introduction of IBM Edge Application Manager
- Autonomous: Industry’s first autonomous workload lifecycle management edge offering with edge-native programming model
- Secure: Firewall ready, prevents common attacks, encrypted & signed messages, container tampering & update verification
- Flexible: Consistent visibility, control and automation for managing and scaling workloads from edge to core and across any hybrid multi-cloud environment, even when disconnected
Don Jokhan, Worldwide Redhat Synergy Executive, IBM