When computing to start with started computer systems that were being way far too highly-priced for most organizations were being shared by way of timeshare expert services. Processing was centralized, employing multiuser systems.
Then minicomputers, Laptop, and LANs arrived alongside, and we moved processing out to Laptop workstations and more compact compute platforms. We noticed the decentralization of computing. Now, a long time later, we’re centralizing processing once again on public cloud hyperscalers, but this time employing a multitenant approach. Finding dizzy?
These days we’re also looking at decentralization once again, with the rise of edge computing. We’ve talked about