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Forensic analysis at the edge with the BlackBox App

Edge computing systems work in a semi-autonomous way, which is great for providing fast responses, no privacy intrusion and reduced costs from network and cloud storage. But when an incident occurs, you want to archive to the cloud as much data as possible to give you insights into what led to this incident: enter the Blackbox app.
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Scale test your edge with our 10k virtual testbed

To ensure your edge computing system scales smoothly, scale and stress testing is a good idea. SixSq will soon release a virtual edge testbed dedicated to scale testing, integrated in the Nuvla.io edge management platform and marketplace. 
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Always Know How Your Edge is Doing with Notifications and Alerts

Don't stress about the state of your fleet of edge computing devices or your edge system. Instead, depend on a reliable alert and notification system which tells you when your edge requires your attention, or if everything is good.
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Governance for smart cities using Edge Computing and Open Data

Citizens and innovators increasingly demand open data, that anyone can access, use and share, to better understand how the city pulses and improve policy decisions.  An effective, secure, non-intrusive and flexible way of providing open data is to leverage edge computing. Edge computing provides a way to deploy realtime services, that avoid data intrusion issues, while enabling an evolutive approach for the city. However, in order to scale and deliver its full innovation potential, edge computing and open data must form the integral part of a governance policy. This blog explores some of the aspects such a governance policy must address and how.
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Data fusion at the edge, killer apps for smart cities and more

Edge computing, with its ability to process data near its source, delivers secure and future proof solutions, without a round trip to the cloud. In this blog post, we explore examples of how data coming from a variety of simple sensors can be combined to produce better and new smart city services.
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