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Building your first Tweet processing application at the network edge

An intro to stream processing at the edge

DevOps & Cloud


  • 5G Edge works with familiar Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources and services
  • Kubernetes supports declarative application deployment to 5G Edge



A guide to right-sizing infrastructure in a mobile edge computing environment

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DevOps & Cloud

A deep dive into Verizon’s approach to virtualization and practical advice for your first distributed app on 5G Edge.

IoT & DevOps

Build your first IoT application at the edge with Verizon ThingSpace and AWS Wavelength

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Requirements and getting started

DevOps & Cloud

Best practices for building 5G Edge applications that enable the next generation of disruptive digital experiences.

DevOps & Cloud

Why you need a 5G network and mobile edge computing (MEC) infrastructure to deliver low latency applications


Launch your first Amazon EC2 instance in a Wavelength Zone using Boto3 and Python

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End-to-end delay and network latency in a nutshell

Following the recent launch of Verizon 5G Edge in partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), we started this blog to explore issues that impact application experience in this new world of 5G, distributed architectures and distributed computing.

  • New 5G Edge service announcements and regional expansions
  • New development tools to support applications at the network edge
  • Interviews with our network engineers to share tips and tricks for effective edge architecture and…

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