The article titled "Edge Computing vs. Cloud Computing" (linked below) provides an overview of the differences between these two computing approaches. It explains that cloud computing is centralized and processes data in remote data centers, while edge computing is decentralized and processes data closer to its source, reducing latency. The article outlines specific use cases for each approach, highlighting cloud's suitability for large-scale data analysis and edge's advantages in real-time analytics, IoT, and autonomous systems. It also emphasizes that these two computing paradigms often work together to provide efficient and responsive solutions.
Full article here.