Part 1:Overview of Edge Computing as a Problem Space
To build a shared understanding, we lay the groundwork and survey the territory in the first two chapters. Since the concepts and terminology in edge computing can be overloading, it’s important to explain exactly what is meant when we elucidate our concepts, problems, and solutions. The first two chapters in the book aim to provide clarity and a common foundation that will be built on in Parts 2 and 3. This part begins with how to think and talk about edge computing grounded in context. It then delves into the various components, describes their purposes, and shows how they relate to others and where they best fit.
This part has the following chapters: