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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AWS super start-up Kong abstracts away the complexities of cloud connectivity

Monolithic applications and architecture had their heyday, but their relevance was destroyed by cloud. The demands of an always-connected, multi-device world mean the singular architecture and its coupled code has been split into myriad microservices that chatter back and forth through application programming interfaces. “Docker and Kubernetes together really have unleashed a new era of ...
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Big data gets smart as AI powers the next ‘step function’ in industrial productivity

Big data has grown up. Far from being an outdated concept, the wunderkind of the 2010s has matured to become the driver of digital insights for a new generation of business. But it didn’t do it alone. Mapping big data’s move from static lakes to actionable insights are semantic layers that simplify digital transformation by ...

MontyCloud tackles ongoing complexities of CloudOps with autonomous platform

Cloud transformation advice focuses on the journey to cloud. But what happens when cloud operations become an ongoing task? These days, moving to cloud isn’t a wholesale lift and shift of everything to a public cloud. Done right, cloud operations can accelerate innovation and reduce costs. But lack of foresight can have the opposite effect. ...

Autonomy gives data control to the user as competition heats up in the cloud data warehouse market

In today’s business environment, survival depends on competing against data-driven digital natives whose every move is made based on a barrage of insights gained from intelligent analysis of customer data. Bulky, expensive on-premises data warehouses with siloed data and static data lakes just don’t work for companies wanting fast, simple access to their data resources. ...

BigID brings a new era of data security, privacy and governance in the cloud

Approaches to business data overload range from “If I stick my head in the sand I can’t see the problem,” to panic attacks from data overwhelm, to the seemingly rational attempt to centralize and control everything. None of these work. Ignoring data altogether is a security nightmare, not knowing where to start is ineffectual, and ...

Knowledge graphs provide smart database management across hybrid computing environment

The next challenge in data management is accessing data resources that are dispersed across a hybrid computing environment. Companies have invested in master data management solutions, breaking down silos and centralizing resources to simplify access. But moving data is costly, and silos serve a purpose by isolating secure data and allowing local control and governance. ...

Watch live: AWS event spotlights top 10 cloud-scale data startups

There can be only one winner … and in the time of COVID that winner is cloud. On March 24, cloud computing colossus Amazon Web Services Inc. is inviting 10 startups to take the stage for a virtual celebration of cloud-scale data innovation.  2021 marks the first year for the Startup Showcase: Innovations With Cloud ...

Amplitude provides missing link between digital products and business revenue

Digital transformation has gone beyond a trend into a business mandate. At the close of 2020, 91% of organizations were undertaking some form of digital transformation. And investment in direct digital transformation initiatives is predicted to reach $6.8 trillion by 2023. Unfortunately, despite the money being thrown at transformation, most companies lack a long-term vision of ...

BigID helps companies track down, secure and create value from data assets, wherever they are found

Data storage used to be a haphazard matter, with companies unconcerned about what data they held or where it was kept. Then, high-profile breaches brought attention to just how much private and sensitive data companies held. Governments acted, passing legislation such as the European General Data Protection Regulation and California’s Consumer Privacy Act in an ...
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Analysts break down Oracle’s Autonomous Data Warehouse as the cloud wars escalate

Oracle Corp. was a latecomer in the race to cloud dominance, with Amazon Web Services Inc., Microsoft and Alphabet Inc. owning the spotlight. But the database giant is strengthening its cloud position, most recently launching a string of updates to its Autonomous Data Warehouse offering. It appears Oracle has made a breakthrough with the investment ...