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EdgeX dev kit
EdgeX Foundry has released its first developer kit, an Ubuntu-based kit built around an octa-core Samsung Artik 710 Starter Kit teamed with a GrovePi+ I/O board.

EdgeX Foundry’s First Dev Kit Runs Ubuntu on an Artik Board

The Linux Foundation’s EdgeX Foundry project for developing open source edge computing middleware has released its first developer kit. The Ubuntu-based kit is built around an octa-core Samsung Artik 710 Starter Kit teamed with a GrovePi+ I/O board. Future kits will include an Artik 530 kit, and...
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California code
A major change to the EdgeX California code release is the switch to Go, which significantly reduced footprint, startup time, memory, and CPU usage.

EdgeX Adds Security and Reduces Footprint with “California” Release

EdgeX Foundry’s “California” release of its EdgeX IoT middleware adds security features and is rewritten in Go for faster boot and a smaller footprint, enabling it to run on the Raspberry Pi and other small footprint computers. The Linux Foundation’s EdgeX Foundry project announced the second major...
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EdgeX Foundry Continues Momentum with ‘California Code’ Preview

Only 3 months away from our first release, the EdgeX community has made available what we are calling the “California Preview.”  This preview is a collection of five key microservices written in Go that are drop in replacements for our Java microservices.  The work on the California release (not...
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Unraveling the MEC Standards Puzzle

Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) is quickly gaining traction as a disruptive technology that promises to bring applications and content closer to the network edge. It is also expected to reduce latency in networks and make new services possible. Analyst Iain Gillott of iGR Research says that he...
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EdgeX Foundry Architectural Tenets Spur Sustainable Open Source Ecosystem Development

If you explore the Wiki pages of EdgeX Foundry, you will see several references to the project’s architectural “tenets”.  These are the principles that guide how the project’s contributors and technical steering committee decide what changes are accepted into the project, what features will be...
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The open source EdgeX Foundry project is developing a standardized interoperability framework for Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing.

IoT Framework for Edge Computing Gains Ground

In April, The Linux Foundation launched the open source EdgeX Foundry project to develop a standardized interoperability framework for Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing. Recently, EdgeX Foundry announced eight new members, bringing the total membership to 58. The new members are Absolute,...
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network automation
Automation is listed as one of the top five virtualization trends of 2017, and The Linux Foundation's ONAP is leading the way, says RCRWireless.

This Week in Open Source News: Top 5 Virtualization Trends, New Mozilla OSS Speech Recognition Project & More

This week in Linux and open source headlines, ONAP leads the way in the automation trend, Mozilla launches new, open source speech recognition project, and more! Get up to speed with the handy Linux.com weekly digest! 1) With automation being one of the top virtualization trends of 2017, The Linux...
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Linux Foundation Launches EdgeX Foundry for IoT Edge Interoperability

There is a new internet of things (IoT) project launching at the Linux Foundation today—EdgeX Foundry. Dell is contributing its Fuse IoT code base as the initial code for EdgeX Foundry, providing an open framework for IoT interoperability. "We lack a common framework for building edge IoT solutions...
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