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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How open-source Kubecost is eliminating container overspend

Explaining cloud computing is simple. Managing distributed applications and services for an enterprise-scale company isn’t. That’s why the tidal wave of cloud adoption that broke across industry in the COVID pandemic has brought a companion surge of Kubernetes into mainstream enterprise information technology. Kubernetes is excellent at managing containerized workloads and services, enabling faster time ...
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Patreon achieves enterprise-scale DevOps mastery with Armory + Spinnaker

Adopting DevOps methodology is more than hype. In today’s ever-changing business environments, the ability to react fast and scale up is essential. Thirty-two percent of customers will walk away from a brand they love after only one bad experience, according to a Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLC customer experience survey. On the opposite side of the scale, companies ...
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In wake of Log4j crisis, Tidelift’s open-source solution eliminates hidden code vulnerabilities

There’s a great cartoon that sums up the state of modern software. Titled “Dependency,” it shows a mass of digital infrastructure teetering on one small piece of open-source code. The image is ridiculous, but the issue is not a joke. A 2020 audit of more than 1,250 commercial codebases found that 99% of them included at ...
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How Weaveworks pioneered GitOps and brought containers into the mainstream

The classic “Eureka!” moment during which a person envisions a groundbreaking concept is rare. Most innovative concepts evolve from a series of team solutions that link together to create something revolutionary. Sometimes it takes a trigger event to realize that what seemed commonplace is actually a game-changer. This is the case for the origin story ...
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Companies could be wasting 80% of their Kubernetes spend, according to Kubecost CEO

The very first version of Kubernetes launched in June 2015, and the open-source tool quickly became as essential to containers as containers are to cloud. Today, about 75% of organizations use Kubernetes in production, and adoption continues to rise. But life with Kubernetes isn’t all hearts and flowers. Sixty-eight percent of users in the 2021 Cloud ...

Dell and VMware continue collaboration to meet demand for edge and as-a-service solutions

The industrial internet of things is expanding as companies deploy devices across the entirety of their operations. From intelligent traffic lights, to smart manufacturing floors, to retail points-of-sale, data-generating end-points are proliferating. “IDC has already gone out there on record as saying 50% of the new infrastructure out there will be deployed at the edge ...

Merkle and AWS partnership simplifies D2C hyper-personalization

The recent re:Invent conference ushered in the next generation of cloud computing, with customer-centric innovation taking the spotlight. One hallmark of the new era is the rise of the supercloud, where technological transformation merges with business objectives. Building on top of the public cloud, businesses are creating custom clouds to better manage data and meet ...

DataRobot combines governance and freedom in its AI Cloud

Artificial intelligence is exciting. It’s also potentially dangerous. Black box “magic” isn’t acceptable now that companies are moving from the “fun” phase of playing with AI’s capabilities to implementing the technology in essential business workflows. “Every company in the world is looking for the opportunity to take advantage of AI to improve their business processes, ...

Small businesses think big in the AWS cloud: DLZP shares success story

Small businesses don’t have to act small. DLZP Group LLC proved this when it pioneered enterprise resource planning software on the Amazon Web Services cloud in 2012, and the company has been building on AWS ever since. “I don’t like to take no for an answer. There’s always a solution, so we’re always looking at ...

Unisys helps businesses walk the cloud computing high-wire act

Cloud computing school teaches the six R’s of modernization: retiring, retaining, rehosting, re-platforming, refactoring and re-architecting. The list flows smoothly, but the journey from retiring legacy applications to re-architecting for the cloud can be bumpy. “The important thing to understand is that 80% of the tools that work on-premise do not work in the cloud,” ...