Online Event

Microshift on Edge for Smart Metering use-case



Deploying a large number of sensors at the edge becomes easier and easier, but maintaining them in operational condition, including upgrades, is a real challenge. During this session we will use a reduced edge architecture model with real sensors to show how to deploy and maintain an edge solution using RHEL for Edge, Microshift and Ansible.

Maintaining the ability to remote-control all the assets become a challenge, especially if the solution scales up to hundreds or thousands of devices. A future proof Edge solution, its ROI and value will be determined by the ability to control it and upgrade/fix the devices. This applies to any Edge use case: remote metering, smart cities, digital factories, and retail.

In this particular demo we will demonstrate the value proposition of an edge deployment with a connected vehicle that is carrying frozen goods in difficult conditions. We will prove how Red Hat technology can help to autonomously take decisions at multiple levels for mitigating adverse events. 

This scenario is an edge-variant of the Industry Edge Validated Pattern.



Bertrand dĀ“Herouville

Specialist Solution Architect at Red Hat

Red Hat

Bertrand recently joined Red Hat after 9 years at SAS Institute where he was consecutively Technical Support Consultant, Technical Architect and Global IoT Solutions Architect. At SAS Bertrand solved problems for customers, designed architectures, and created SAS solutions for edge use cases. Before SAS Bertrand did software performance testing in a major French bank. He also worked in an opinion poll company specialized in the satisfaction of IT users. Bertrand is familiar with various technologies around Linux, Containers, SAS, ARM devices like Nvidia Jetsons and Raspberry Pi. He owns a Linux Red Hat Bible first edition.

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