Bev Terrell

Bev Terrell

With more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the information technology business, Bev Terrell is a SiliconANGLE writer covering live news events with theCUBE. She got her start at EDS (now Hewlett Packard) and also worked at ACS (now Xerox Business Services), so it’s fair to say Bev has personally experienced the changing landscape of the outsourcing industry. In addition to a passion for writing, Bev loves to paint portraits and to spoil her large yellow cat, Seamus.
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Latest from Bev Terrell

Collaborating to drive data cataloging | #BigDataNYC

The exponential growth of data by volume and type makes it necessary to provide referential resources for collaboration among enterprise users, and one team up is taking on the challenge. With Q4 plans to release a new connectivity layer that catalogs queries from popular compute engines like SparkSQL and IBM Watson DataWorks, Alation, Inc. has […]

Operationalizing Hadoop: Evolving modern application architecture | #BigDataNYC

SAP’s recent acquisition of Altiscale Inc., a company that offers a cloud-based version of the Hadoop open-source software for storing, processing and analyzing many different data styles, gives SAP one of the best-known providers in the category of Hadoop as a Service. This will be useful for SAP, as competitors, such as IBM and Microsoft, […]

Peeling the network onion | #splunkconf16

Gigamon specializes in leveraging network metadata to increase the efficiency of security tools. It does this by ensuring the identification and delivery of the right information to operational intelligence platforms like Splunk. It works in a fast and flexible way to enable faster detection time of problems and potential threats, according to Phil Griston, director of […]

Learn to manage your data, before it manages you | #BigDataNYC

Data management solutions company Informatica Corp. has been recently rolling out new and innovative data management capabilities — including Data 3.0. And, according to Amit Walia, EVP and chief product officer of Informatica Corp., his company is bringing unprecedented analytic power to business users by enabling a new cloud analytics stack. Walia spoke to Dave Vellante […]

Rethinking the cloud platform with an integrated, turnkey solution | #BigDataNYC

As more companies move to cloud computing, they turn to Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions, which allow them to focus on data management rather than having to worry about infrastructure management. Companies such as iguaz.io are providing a service-driven approach to enterprise data management, redesigning the entire data stack to accelerate performance and bridge the […]

The insight economy: IBM demos Watson DataWorks Platform | #DataFirst

We’re moving into an era of cognitive data, moving from being collected and analyzed for a single use to using the data itself to create knowledge and understanding within organizations. While IBM’s mission throughout the years has been to make data simple and accessible to all, the thinking around exactly what that means has been […]

How not to drown in your data lake | #BigDataNYC

One of Hadoop’s most well-known concepts is the data lake, a storage repository that holds a large amount of raw data until it is needed. The challenge for companies becomes how to best access and analyze that data? If you’re not careful, your data lake can become a data swamp, where your data is underutilized or […]

Splunk rolls out new enterprise security, analytics solutions | #splunkconf16

“If you ever want to be inspired, just go out and talk to a customer!” said Splunk CEO and president Doug Merritt, motiving the keynote audience with a high-energy start to Splunk.conf 2016, held at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resorts in Orlando, FL. In addition to introducing some exciting new initiatives that Splunk […]

The future of AI-driven analytics: Expert panel | #BigDataNYC

“The Future: AI-Driven Analytics, An Evening of Deep Learning,” a special evening of panel segments, kicked off the BigDataNYC 2016 event today. To start, Peter Burris (@plburris), chief research officer at Wikibon and cohost of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, introduced the first keynote speaker. Claudio Silva, professor of computer science, engineering and data […]

CDOs: Sparking innovations with big questions | #IBMCDO

One of the biggest challenges faced in organizations is asking the right questions, both internally and to clients. Part of the role of the CDO is to empower employees, no matter where they are in the organization, to never be afraid to ask those crucial questions. The answers will then provide the information that will […]