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Introducing the Verizon Edge Discovery Service


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Building your first Tweet processing application at the network edge

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Summary

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

Introduction


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

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


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

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Requirements and getting started


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


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

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