The Edge Native Podcast is the first major podcast on hot topics in the edge cloud native community. Sebastian Scheele, and his friends talk to coders, builders, and experts at the forefront of the edge native revolution. Say goodbye to boring car rides and workout sessions as you hear about the latest trends and hottest technologies that will drive the edge to be at least four times the spend as public cloud. Subscribe to the Edge Native Podcast and join us.
10 – Entering the World of Internet of Production – Get Rid of the Not-Invented-Here-Syndrome and Start Making Software Components Foolproof!
Welcome to our edge native podcast! In this episode, we speak with Matthias Brockmann and Moritz Kröger from the Cluster of Excellence “Internet of Production” at the RWTH Aachen University. They speak about Industry 4.0 and explain why their research project is so beneficial for researchers as well as for the industry. We get exciting insights on why we need to accept that Germany is not the first player in the digitalization game and why we should think about upgradability for manufacturing machines if we want to shape the future.
P.S.: Little heads-up for those of you who haven’t seen the Terminator yet – spoiler danger!
09 – The Edge From a Constraint Device to the Cloud – Are We Ready to Deliver Applications to All Those Different Levels of Edge?
Time for a new episode! What’s happening on the edge from a hardware point of view? That’s what we wanted to know from our guest, Michael Clegg, VP & GM 5G, Embedded/IOT at Supermicro. From him, we learn why we see such a big growth in private 5G networks and what requirements are necessary to fulfil the big promise of 5G’s low latency. Moving to a remote environment will be challenging and come with higher costs of access and unreliability of the network. How to manage such a complex virtualized network? Plus, an exciting outlook: will there be a battle over the best spot at the edge?
08 – The Edge, the Wild West – How to Leverage the Inhomogeneity in Infrastructures at the Edge?
Edge time! In this episode, we speak with Jim Brisimitzis, Founder & General Partner at 5G Open Innovation Lab. From Jim, we learn how heavily we actually rely on AI and machines to make innovative business models such as autonomous vehicles, drones or remote surgeries feasible. Also, Jim showcases why stepping into the private enterprise networking means stepping into a lucrative world. And how does agriculture and farming fit into the whole edge context?
07 – Will We Be Able to Operate Big Kubernetes Clusters With 1 Mio. Nodes on the Edge?
It’s edge time again. In this episode, we speak with Jim White, CTO at IOTech Systems. Jim explains why visual inference with new Machine Learning technologies will be critical to a lot of use cases and what other exciting innovation topics he sees for edge and IoT. While being optimistic about bringing some of the cloud native technologies to the edge, Jim keeps a critical stance: getting solutions deployed at a massive scale will be difficult – can we take advantage of the lessons learned in cloud native environments to master the challenges? And beyond that, what does a rolling truck have to do with all that?
06 – Will 5G Bring Containers Anywhere – Even to the Outer Space?
Let’s talk about the edge again – but in a different setup this time. Role change: the guest of our previous episode, Sriram Vishwanath, CEO & Co-Founder at GenXComm, is our host and welcomes his guests, Sebastian and Sascha. Together, they discuss why cloud native is so essential for enterprises and why this technology might be the game changer for a successfully working homeschooling system.
Let’s see if Sriram is as charming a host as he is a guest:)
05 – Will 5G Chase Away the Wifi?
In this episode, Sebastian and Sascha meet Sriram Vishwanath, CEO & Co-Founder at GenXComm. Together, they discuss if 5G will be private or public and what a 5G mesh could look like. Moreover, they talk about the most valuable resource on this earth and investigate if we should start worrying about our good old Wifi.