I joined Rafay because the company is at the intersection of several trends driving enterprises to replatform: Digital Transformation, multi-cloud, and the contanizeration of legacy apps, just to name a few.
Rafay’s partner Edge Gravity by Ericsson, has started a new blog series: Edge Cloud Thought Leadership.We are honored to be part of their inaugural collection of blogs that will focus on new technologies and industry leaders in the edge computing market as way to educate a broad IT audience in the future capabilities at the edge.
Rafay enables the distribution, operations, cross-region scaling and lifecycle management of containerized microservices across public/private clouds and service provider networks.
Uber and other behemoths (e.g. Netflix, YouTube and eBay) have made significant investments in time, manpower and capital to build out and maintain a global infrastructure footprint along with an easy-to-consume application runtime environment layered across said global infrastructure. But if you are not a behemoth, and cannot afford your own global infrastructure, what are your alternatives?
Creating a network of edges is a much harder problem than it appears. I know because I talk with enterprise and service providers every day about this challenge.