Linux Foundation's Project EVE: a Cloud-Native Edge Computing Platform

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Roman Shaposhnik covers design and implementation of a novel Edge Computing platform created at ZEDEDA Inc. and later used as a founding project for the Linux Foundation’s LF Edge initiative. He focuses on this new, special purpose, open source operating environment that aims to run securely on billions of ARM and x86 devices. He covers the unique challenges that EVE has to tackle.

This presentation was recorded at QCon San Francisco 2019:

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