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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Q&A: Trust nothing and forget perimeters: It’s all about intrinsic security

Most chief information security officers are well aware that building extrinsic security is key to protecting high-value assets, services, and workloads, enclosed within a perimeter. But building perimeters and attempting to control external situations is an outdated security strategy, according to Dave Husak (pictured, left), fellow and general manager of the Cloudless initiative at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. In ...

Q&A: Tech Data sees golden opportunity in edge computing

As a strategic channel partner of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., Tech Data Corp. lends a hand to better position the tech giant’s evolving portfolio of networking, security and internet of things services  — from helping drive the new wave of intelligent edge computing to assisting in hybrid-cloud solutions. The Tech Data’s HPE team is now seeing a golden ...

Q&A: F5, NGINX aim to build ‘bulletproof’ applications

Multicloud applications services leader F5 Networks Inc. acquired NGINX in March 2019 with a mission to lessen the differences between NetOps, DevOps and SecOps. But bridging the gap between these three distant IT operation teams is no easy task. With the increased pressure to provide apps faster, especially during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, the gap ...

Q&A: Speeding up telco’s transition to the edge computing and 5G era

Although edge computing presents new challenges for telcos, as they have to deal with thousands of micro data centers and mobile edge computers at 5G cell sites, edge intelligence will provide incredible untapped value. In fact, telcos will be capable of delivering more than just transport capabilities, according to Steve Canepa (pictured), managing director and general manager ...

Q&A: Global pandemic gives businesses plenty of digital transformation opportunities

Although the digital transformation was already slowly turning businesses around, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many organizations had to immediately transition to operating digitally. While this is a crisis for some, it’s also an opportunity for many. “When we look at how marketing will progress and the leadership that we can provide in this digital ...

Q&A: ETL and data pipelines take a leap into the as-a-service model

There are more data sources than ever before, mainly thanks to the cloud. And having all this data stored within an organization’s data center is useless if it gets siloed. Having stored data is like having a raw and uncut diamond — yes, it is still a diamond, but it looks like a rock! Data needs to ...

Q&A: Citrix leverages AWS Outposts as an entry point to hybrid cloud

Amazon Web Services Inc. finally got it. Organizations will not move 100% of their workloads to the public cloud. There are workloads that need to remain on-premises due to lower latency transfers or data processing that needs to be done on-site. The answer to this reality? AWS Outposts. It extends the AWS cloud infrastructure, services, APIs, and ...

Q&A: Riding the thousand-foot wave transforming how computing works

Computation, storage and networking are being carried away by this massive wave. But rather than staring at it or ignoring it, Steve Mullaney (pictured), president and chief executive officer of Aviatrix Systems Inc, advises riding it. This massive wave is about to transform how the enterprise builds and consumes IT … for good.  The success of ...

Q&A: GitLab empowers DevOps while making CISOs happy

There is a deep relationship between the speed of application development and the matter of securing the software. It seems that as one factor goes up, the other goes down. And, of course, to thrive in the app development operations world, there’s demand for a well-balanced formula of both. Chief information security officers might not agree to ...

Q&A: Federal agencies modernize backup, DR strategies with hybrid IT infrastructure

Federal agencies are beginning to embrace digital transformation. Changing the way they protect data has led them down the incremental path for migrating to cloud computing environments. But of course, this “incremental” part of the strategy means that they still have tons of on-premises resources. And they will for a long time.  Using a hybrid data ...