Monitoring and Observability

As Peter Drucker once said, “You can’t improve what you don’t measure.” Edge devices are often deployed in remote environments with minimal to no presence of IT operations teams, making monitoring and troubleshooting rather challenging. No matter how remote, enterprises need to maintain and protect their infrastructure, and that requires remote monitoring to manage their distributed assets.

The irony here is that edge computing solutions are typically used to monitor other systems, be it in stores, warehouses, or shop floors, or during manufacturing processes. So, who is monitoring the edge computing system, which is usually a combined hardware and software solution topology?

In an edge computing solution, there ...

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