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How SUSE Is Bringing Multi-Cluster Kubernetes to the Edge

Kubernetes, which launched as an open source project in 2014, is not exactly new. What remains pretty new, however, is the practice of deploying Kubernetes to manage edge workloads. Kubernetes in its early days gained popularity mostly as a way to host apps in data centers, not to manage edge workloads like containerized network functions or medical IoT devices.

But edge computing is fast becoming a key use case for Kubernetes, and SUSE, a major player in the open source space since the early 1990s, is working to advance it through initiatives that simplify the task of deploying and managing Kubernetes clusters in edge locations.

Here's a look at what SUSE is doing in the realm of edge computing today and what's coming next as the company works to solidify open source's presence at the edge.


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