Edge Computing World
December 9 - December 12
LF Edge will be on-site at Edge Computing World on December 9-12 at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley.
Balaji Ethirajulu, LF Edge Marketing Outreach Chair, will participate in a panel session for the Edge Implementation: Security & Networking Track, titled “Managing Diversity at the Edge – from the device to the aggregation point” on Tuesday, December 10 at 5 pm. Other speakers on the panel include rags Srinivasan with Kinetic Edge Alliance and Pierre-Damien Vaujour with Loft Orbital.
Roman Shaposhnik, LF Edge Governing Board Member and Leader of Project EVE and Co-founder/VP of Product and Strategy at Zededa as well as Aaron Williams, active member of LF Edge and Project EVE and Developer Relations and Communities Lead at Zededa will lead a developer workshop on Wednesday, December 11 from 4-5:15 pm.
The developer workshop titled, “Get Started with LF Edge’s Project EVE and EdgeX Foundry,” where participants will get hands on experience and learn how to get started with Project EVE, EdgeX Foundry and PLC4x.
Virtualization is coming to the edge through a number of open source projects like LF Edge’s Project EVE (Edge Virtualization Engine) and EdgeX Foundry as well as the Apache PLC4x project. Project EVE allows for the virtualization and freedom of running on any hardware with no touch updates. EdgeX Foundry can run on top EVE and gives you a common open framework for building IoT applications. And Apache’s PLC4x brings its set of libraries that allow for unified access across PLCs, while using EVE as its runtime.
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