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Arm, Ubuntu, K8s: Build Your Own Cloud for Edge Computing


Oct 19
18:30 - 19:45

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Building micro clouds or edge clouds has vast potential. The edge is where the real world happens. Edge clusters bring your technologies to the consumer for more privacy and less latency. So, where to begin? With Arm, duh, but what about after that?

This workshop gets you started. For beginners, with install, set-up and config of an Ubuntu K8s cluster. And experts, talking DevOps, AI use cases, and inferences at the edge, on something as simple and accessible as a Raspberry Pi or a Jetson Nano.

There are some additional system requirements for this session. If you're interested in taking part, log into your DevSummit profile and save the workshop session to your agenda. Once saved, we will send you further instructions.

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