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Breakout Session: The Role of Distributed Edge Computing in Achieving Decision Dominance

  • Room: Tapa I Theater
Tuesday, November 01, 2022: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM


Speaker (confirmed)
Phil Osip
Chief Architect for USN/USMC
Red Hat


This talk focuses on the impact that "data locality" can make in compressing the  decision making timeline to remain inside the (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) OODA loop of a near peer adversary. Traditional application of the CIA triad for data (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability) is explored through the lens of distributed application workloads and execution of AI/ML models. Attention is drawn to the implicit need for broader collaboration and industry partnerships that blur the lines between infrastructure, communications, and computational concerns. Feasibility and viability of different operational models under the constraints of a congested/contested environment are also discussed. The value for not just the "How and the Why", but also the "When and the Where" are described as they relate to distributed edge computing. Recommendations are made for the introduction of technology accelerators to achieve and maintain decision dominance both near term and in the future.



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