Edge Computing is far more than a new hype – it's vital to many applications as a supplement to large-scale central data centers and cloud solutions. Alongside new IoT applications or streaming large data amounts this also concerns network and server rooms of public authorities, small-sized companies, factories and subsidiaries od large companies. Notional seemingly merely old wine in new bottles – but with a far more ambitious requirement profile.
The most usual task is to get IT fit for the accelerating digitization of all business processes and things, driven by new AI applications. This resultis into growing demands for performance, availability and security. Often existing IT space doesn't suffice the demand anymore.
Micro data centers are an increasingly common alternative to extensive expansion and restructuring of rooms and building technology.
In this four-day course, you will learn what is involved with edge computing, about the respective drivers and typical applications.
To that we work out the neccessary knowledge to safely plan, specify, chose and operate micro data centers according to EN 50600.
The focus of day three is the energy supply of micro data centers, with practical examples, remote monitoring and AI.
Participants can bring their own application case and work out the fundaments of a solution.