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What is driving Web3 adoption?

Top Answer: Google announced that they’re creating a large Web3 effort, so it’s clear that Web3 creates opportunities to solve troubling issues with security and data management at the edge, as well as enabling metaverse deployment globally. By 2029, enterprises will have tremendous flexibility in what they deploy, where they deploy and what use case they can successfully deploy for. There will be a marketplace of solutions that can be aggregated into your own high-value and agile solution, ready to quickly exploit new opportunities, whether through edge or otherwise.

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How can edge computing be simplified?

Top Answer: Everything we do today is complex; if it weren’t, there wouldn’t be security breaches or wasted resources in the public cloud. The difference is that we are now accelerating towards tools and services that alleviate much of the underlying complexity, while allowing you to better utilize the best of breed — or better yet, the best of what’s already available to you.

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Which technologies or services will enable further edge growth?

Top Answer: Most of us give the large cloud providers a magical aura, as if what they’ve built isn’t repeatable. It’s true that their scale is almost insurmountable, but their tech isn’t magic. Infrastructure as code (IaC), among other things, is helping to make it so that almost any organization can support heterogeneity in distributed infrastructure. This area of opportunity is improving year over year, and by 2029 you won’t remember why everyone thought infrastructure was so hard.  We’ll see dozens of services go mainstream in the coming years, whether they’re distributed database services or AI services. By 2029, you’ll be able to license or SaaS any service both inside and outside the framework of public cloud, including application distribution services and Web3 managed data privacy. The cloud providers did much of the hard work required for the first iterations of these services and dozens more, but smaller organizations will make them consumable for edge deployments and on-premises IT. Tools and services, while in many cases disaggregated, will be available to even small businesses who want to build their own. You will be able to create solutions based on the economic reality of what most edge solutions will look like: lots of locations, with only a few servers in each.  As for cloud functions, there are already a wide range of edge players who have cloud platforms ready for edge use cases that are simple to use and easy to deploy. Whether you’re interested in bare metal as a service (BMaaS), private cloud at remote sites or public cloud like functionality across many locations, the solutions available today are amazing and are continuously improving.

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