Marlene Den Bleyker

Marlene Den Bleyker

Marlene is a staff writer at SiliconANGLE covering live events from SiliconANGLE Media's production hub, theCUBE. Have a news tip? Tweet it to @siliconangle

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Easing data management pain points: Freedom from silos | #VMworld

Day two of VMworld 2015 in San Francisco kicked off with Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, who sat down with David Flynn, cofounder and chief technology officer of Primary Data. Free your data Primary Data is a relatively new company providing the DataSphere platform for data management for the […]

The calm before the storm: VMworld 2015 Day 1 recap | #VMworld

With an important VMware, Inc. announcement expected on Day 2 of VMworld 2015, Dave Vellante and John Furrier of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, wrapped up day 1 at VMworld 2015 in San Francisco by calling it the “calm before the storm.” Tick tock On Tuesday, hedge-fund giant Elliott Management Corp.’s timeclock expires on the […]

Back to basics: Why we need hardware-agnostic storage | #VMworld

In a world full of hyper this and flash that, George Teixeira, president and CEO of DataCore Software Corp., explained how going back to to the basics will improve enterprise-level storage solutions. Teixeira and Dustin Fennell, VP and CIO of EPIC Management, LP, sat down with Dave Vellante on theCUBE from the SiliconANGLE Media team at VMworld 2015 to discuss […]

OpenStack needs to ‘throttle it up’ |#OSSV15

Day one of “the unlocked infrastructure conference,” also known at OpenStack Silicon Valley 2015, didn’t disappoint. And at the end of day one at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, theCUBE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick recapped the takeaways from the day’s events, including highlights of the keynote address and several intriguing interviews on theCUBE, […]

Debunking ‘container myths’ | #OSSV15

Alex Polvi, CEO of CoreOS, Inc., a provider of open-source projects for Linux Containers, wants to clear up any confusion that still exists about containers. Polvi sat down with Jeff Frick on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s production team, at OpenStack Silicon Valley 2015 to discuss why the momentum is only now shifting toward containers when they have been around for a […]

Unlocking opportunity for the enterprise | #OSSV15

Mirantis, Inc. touts itself as the key to unlocking OpenStack, and it is a big part of the OpenStack community contribution strategy. So what are the issues facing enterprises, and how will this initiative help? Alex Freedland, cofounder and president of Mirantis, spoke with John Furrier and Jeff Frick on theCUBE, at OpenStack Silicon Valley […]

OpenStack: Improving infrastructure and solving enterprise problems | #OSSV15

Open Stack Silicon Valley 2015 began its conference today with an impressive lineup of speakers to discuss the future of Cloud computing. Opening the show was Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, to discuss the state of OpenStack. He welcomed the global community to Silicon Valley, stating that everyone in the room was […]

Why cabs make top tips at 5 AM: Startup meets raw data | #HPBigData2015

Take a startup company driven by raw data and add in the power of HP Vertica, and what do you get? HP Big Data Hack Day winners. Looker Data Sciences, Inc., an innovative business intelligence provider, teamed up with HP for Hack Day @ the HP Big Data Conference and won based on insights they gained looking into […]

The keys to Big Data security | #HPBigData2015

Data security is one of the largest issues many industries face today. When you are deploying Big Data on networks, it can become problematic trying to protect information throughout the chain. HP Security Voltage provides data-centric protection to ensure that you are guarding your business intelligence and customers’ private information. Sudeep Venkatesh, vice president of […]

Look who’s Big Data – It’s not your parents’ Yellow Pages anymore | #HPBigData2015

Yellow Pages began as a telephone directory of businesses more than 100 years ago in 1883. Today the print giant, which was essentially out of business with the dawn of the Internet, has morphed into one of the top 30 U.S. digital properties managing over 45 petabytes of data. Bill Theisinger, vice president of Big Data Services at […]