Betsy Amy-Vogt

Betsy Amy-Vogt is a staff writer for theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile livestreaming studio. A digital nomad before the term existed, Betsy started her writing career at a tech startup in Austin, Texas, before taking her laptop off around the globe. When not writing tech news blogs or working on her latest sci-fi fantasy novel, she volunteers at Hekab Be bilingual library and community center in Akumal, Mexico. Got news? Tweet it to @siliconangle.

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Red Hat reports on the state of enterprise Kubernetes security

Cloud-native adoption has seen an increase over the past couple of years, paralleling the widely reported upswing in cloud computing. As enterprise-level companies dive into the world of Kubernetes, their IT teams are discovering that DevSecOps initiatives involve more than just vulnerability scanning. “Real DevSecOps requires breaking down silos between developers, operations and security, including ...
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CNCF developer ecosystem expands amid cloud-native adoption

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe was a sellout show this year, with more than 7,500 attendees, 65% of whom were attending for the first time. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s developer core was there in force, but so were users, executives and a large crowd of university students. Add the thousands more attending virtually, and the ...

Application modernization strategies for the post-pandemic panic

Accelerating digital transformation continues to lead the agenda for enterprise in 2022, with a new survey revealing that companies plan a 46% increase in transformation initiative spend for the coming year. But, 81% of the same companies experienced failures, delays or setbacks in their 2021 modernization initiatives, costing them an average of $4.12 million and incalculable ...
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The foundational nature of time-series data across the universe

Time-series data comes from monitoring changes over time. It’s not a new idea. Changes in rainfall patterns and stock performance figures have been tracked for hundreds of years. Before computers, time-series data was plotted on graphs manually. Then, with the advent of the computing age, relational databases were modified by adding a column to capture ...
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There’s no sign of IBM ‘bluewashing’ Red Hat’s independence

Red Hat Summit returned to Boston this week, with announcements of new hardware collaborations that drive cloud-native development ceaselessly forward while still allowing for developers to easily integrate existing setups into cloud hybrid applications. “You’re gonna hear a lot of talk this week about Red Hat’s cloud services portfolio, packaging Red Hat services as managed ...

What to expect during “Application Modernization” event: Join theCUBE for May 18 event

During the pandemic, digital transformation became an essential survival tactic rather than a nice-to-have competitive advantage. Now, as companies assess the altered business landscape, the work of shaping those hastily created transformations into long-term digital business strategies is taking priority. Eighty-eight percent of information technology professionals say their organization’s digital transformation goals have “fundamentally changed” from before ...

A closer look at solving the Kubernetes complexity gap

The coming decade is set to be the season of the supercloud, according to enterprise technology analysts. Who will optimize it? Businesses seem to be settling on hybrid models embracing on-premises data centers, multiple public clouds, and any number of edge devices. These are complex environments requiring constant management and fine-tuning. That can be problematic ...
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Welcome to the AI-powered, serverless, supercloud world: 3 things you might have missed from the AWS Summit SF event

Cloud computing has become a complex beast. Hybrid strategies require managing on-premises data centers, multiple public cloud providers, and potentially countless edge devices. With cloud costs spiraling and skilled employees scarce, companies are seeking ways to make their cloud environments easier to manage. A good place to look is in the partner ecosystem of Amazon ...
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Why Google Cloud’s developer-centric focus is gaining fans in the enterprise

In the cloud wars, Google perennially lags behind market leaders Amazon Web Services Inc. and Microsoft Azure. But Google Cloud has a niche fan club, and it’s an increasingly influential one. “We are very much centered around developers,” said Aparna Sinha (pictured), senior director of product management for Kubernetes and Anthos at Google Cloud. “Our ...

How time series platforms unlock the potential of IoT: Join theCUBE for May 17 event

The internet of things was kickstarted by a modified soda machine that made sure Carnegie Mellon computer science grad students never went without a cold caffeine fix. Forty years later, there are some 12 billion connected devices across the world. Valued at $478.36 billion in 2021, the IoT market is predicted to grow at a ...