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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Three insights you might have missed from the ‘Accelerating Business Transformation’ event

The unlikely partnership of VMware Inc. and Amazon Web Services Inc. is now more than five years old. And far from one or both of the parties regretting the decision, as analysts predicted in 2016 when it was first announced, the companies have deepened the relationship and widened the capabilities of the VMware Cloud on ...

What’s the buzz? Crossplane shows universal promise in scaling open-source builds

Gathering buzz at KubeCon 2022 was Crossplane, the open-source project by universal cloud platform Upbound Inc. Alongside many mentions in breakout sessions, Crossplane received a shout-out during an energetic keynote from Jonny Langefeld, the well-known engineer from autonomous vehicle company Cruise LLC. “They mentioned Crossplane, they mentioned Upbound, they mentioned the work that we’re doing ...

Three insights you might have missed from the ‘Trusted Infrastructure: Episode 2’ event

Global cybercrime damages are estimated to reach $6 trillion in 2022, marking another successful year for opportunistic hackers profiting from the breakdown of traditional castle-and-moat strategies. Organizations are facing the hard truths that cyberattacks are now an inevitability, and undetected breaches could be putting their assets, and reputations, at risk. Cyber resilience – the ability to resist ...

How ‘VMware Cloud on AWS’ is raising the bar on cloud migration

VMware Cloud on AWS was created to enable companies to operate across multiple clouds without restrictions. The partnership between Amazon Web Services Inc. and VMware Inc. was controversial when it began about five years ago, but it served a customer need that most analysts didn’t yet see. “A lot of people said it was a ...

What to expect during the ‘Accelerating Business Transformation’ event: Join theCUBE Nov. 1

VMware Inc. and Amazon Web Services Inc. were once bitter rivals, competing for customers across the infrastructure-as-a-service, platform-as-a-service and software-as-a-Service markets. Previous VMware Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger even went so far as to tell VMware partners in 2013, “If a workload goes to Amazon, you lose, and we have lost forever.” Today, the two ...

Upbound turbocharges DevOps workflows and launches developer-friendly toolkit for supercloud

DevOps engineers are always looking for ways to remove friction from the development pipeline and turbocharge their workflow. They are finding it in an open-source project that extends Kubernetes beyond containers to simplify and speed cloud management. “What we’re seeing now is the Kubernetes API is emerging as a way to standardize on literally everything ...
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‘A hardware nerd-fest of the top minds’: TheCUBE analysts preview upcoming Supercomputing show

The world is on the precipice of a revolution in hardware as engineers push the boundaries of physics to build black boxes that contain the power of infinite innovation possibilities. The place to watch this new era unfold is The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, better known as Supercomputing 2022. ...

Dell uses collaborative strategy to build cyber resilience into its HCI portfolio

Optimizing security often involves adding friction to the user experience. And no matter how powerful a security feature is, it is worthless if it gets turned off. A 2022 survey found that 76% of information technology decision-makers will turn off security features to improve performance. “Absolutely the worst thing you can do from a security perspective ...

How Dell is securing the network in a dispersed computing environment

The United States Federal Bureau of Information opened its Internet Crime Complaint Center, IC3, in 2000. Over the next 17 years, the center received an average of 235,000 reports a year. Between 2017 and 2020, the number grew steadily from approximately 300,000 a year to 470,000. Then came the onslaught. 2020 saw 791,790 incidents reported across the ...

Dell PowerEdge servers build cyber resilience with zero-trust security smorgasbord of features

The past three years have seen a seismic shift in the security landscape. Cloud computing has achieved widespread enterprise adoption, with 80% of organizations choosing hybrid strategies with multiple public cloud providers. The percentage of people working outside the secure office perimeter has also ballooned, with high-paying remote job opportunities increasing from 3.69% of all ...