Diego Asturias

Meet D. Asturias the geek, a passionate SiliconANGLE writer covering live events with theCUBE. As a kid, Diego discovered his curiosity in technology by breaking his parent’s cassette radios, going on to experiment in the areas of gaming, cybersecurity and wireless hardware. Diego has worked as an engineer, researcher and journalist, traveling the globe to research wireless sensor networks in South Korea and aid in the installation of one African country’s first LTE mobile network. Got a news tip? Please tweet us @siliconangle.

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The new approach to integrations: Automated, closed-loop and multi-style

Most of today’s applications are deployed in distributed environments and through diverse service providers. So that these applications work, each component within the entire application’s stack, from microservices, storage, cloud computing providers, infrastructure, etc., need to talk effortlessly. But connecting these disparate systems from different providers can be a challenging and laborious process. “Applications are ...

Italy’s stock exchange shares its Postgres success story

It wasn’t long ago that chief information officers from large organizations would ignore any ideas of implementing open-source software — they believed it wasn’t right for their businesses, and using it in sensitive industries like finance, trading or healthcare was entirely out of the question, according to Roberto Giordano (pictured), end-user computing, corporate and database services manager ...

Q&A: Capgemini defines ‘magical digital transformation’ of cloud migration

As more companies look to transform digitally, the path to get there can be complex. Seeking to help organizations simplify their digital transformation journeys is Capgemini SE. The organization created its Digital Cloud Platform, built on Red Hat OpenShift, to enable companies to rapidly develop their digital capabilities, according to Clemens Reijnen (pictured), global chief technology officer of cloud services ...

Q&A: Leading companies with an environmental, social and sustainable mindset

Sustainability is becoming a new criterion for an organization’s investment strategy and financial decision-making. This is why IBM is pushing its corporate social responsibility to the highest standards possible. But talking about sustainability is one thing. How can a company get closer to becoming a sustainable enterprise, and where do they even start?  “So, one ...

Q&A: The new network’s role in the evolving hybrid cloud, edge computing reality

Just as companies once began to hire cloud service providers to abstract away as much computing and storage as possible, they are now beginning to do the same with networks. The enterprise is starting to look beyond ordinary routers and switches to a network-centered approach that interconnects applications, offices, employees and users. “I think the ...

Q&A: Indonesian bank scales to thousands of online transactions per second

For banking applications to be feasible, they need to be reliable, fault-tolerant, secured, manageable and especially scalable. The number of transactions for an online bank can quickly scale up to thousands per second during holidays or unexpected pandemics. Online banks need to provide remote clients a high level of scalability and availability. “By doing container ...
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Q&A: Red Hat opens the gates for open hybrid cloud innovation

There is a new demand to run applications across different environments, whether it is bare metal, virtual machines, private-public cloud, edge computing, or even a combination of these.  This new demand is driving Red Hat Inc., a leader in open-source solutions for the enterprise, to create an open hybrid cloud strategy. In fact, Red Hat ...

The big shift to ‘cloud engineering’: Snowflake and Pulumi weigh in

More than 10 years ago, cloud computing began offering primitive building blocks for developing cloud applications from storage, computing and simple databases. But now cloud computing is changing not only how developers create applications, but how entire organizations operate. “We are going to see a lot of new compelling experiences to build [applications] thanks to ...

Q&A: How AWS and New Relic’s strategic partnership is making cloud ‘observable’

Keeping track of a couple of monolithic servers should be a piece of cake for application performance management software. But today we are far from monolithic — we run micro and distributed services. Such distributed systems may also scale so quickly and widely that it becomes nearly impossible for your everyday APM to keep track ...

Q&A: NetApp and AWS unify cloud data management

Data is no longer left in servers locked behind firewalls. It’s becoming distributed. Endpoints spanning across different clouds, hybrid environments, and on-premises infrastructure are storing pieces of data scattered all around. Data is becoming increasingly dynamic and difficult to control.  “The data on that storage is actually one of the most important assets that have ...