The proximity to the end users who create and consume the content results in high quality of compute-intensive information and extremely short latency in terms of information access. In this context, one speaks of Quality of Experience( QoE). in contrast to classic clouds, edge clouds support compute-intensive cloud- native applications with lowest latency as defined by Ultra-High Reliability and Low Latency Communications( uRLLC). Traditional centralized cloud architectures cannot meet this demand; they require a more dynamic and distributed cloud model. These applications can be both end- user-centric and network-driven.