Victor Dabrinze

Victor is a seasoned writer covering live events with theCUBE, a SiliconAngle Media initiative. As a digital content aficionado and a tech nerd, he has cut his teeth across both sides of the pond. He sees the world as an incredibly diverse, infinite expanse and takes every available chance to learn something new. In his spare time, Victor enjoys outdoor activities such as go-karting, paintballing, and soccer. Got news? Tweet us @siliconangle.

Latest from Victor Dabrinze

What to expect during SC22: Join theCUBE Nov. 15-17

High-performance computing has filled a need for rapid data processing and calculations at scale, opening up the enterprise user base to innovate at breakneck speeds. But as cutting-edge tech, such as the cloud, work to undercut supercomputing, especially in cost, what response does the HPC industry have to make a case for its sustained relevance? The ...
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Three insights you might have missed from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon

This year’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon gathering was focused on building more robust and inclusive communities around the cutting-edge ideas and projects currently bubbling out of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Notably, there were announcements outlining some of these breakthrough ideas as well — an example of which is WebAssembly (Wasm), a new cloud-native instruction format for ...
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Three things you might have missed from AnsibleFest 2022

The Ansible open-source project was conceived at Red Hat Inc. a decade ago to reenvision the automation of IT operations and, eventually, drive the popularity of infrastructure as code. Coming off the COVID-induced hiatus for physical events, this year’s “AnsibleFest” was both a celebration of that 10-year milestone and, more importantly, a revelation of the ...

Alation raises $123M Series E financing to innovate data intelligence products ‘more aggressively’

Initial public offerings in the technology space have slowed down of late. Thus, companies are feeling added pressure to deliver new value areas for their users to maintain revenue growth projections and attract fresh VC investment. Enterprise data intelligence company Alation Inc. is thriving on the value delivery front and, therefore, has been able to attract ...

Dissecting the excitement around Konveyor: Red Hat engineers weigh in

Open source is where it’s at right now, with a lot of the segment’s technologies influencing the general direction of enterprise computing. Kubernetes, Ansible and TensorFlow are well-known names, but Konveyor — and its K8s migration ethos —  is now grabbing the spotlight. “It is one of the open-source modernization toolsets that are available right now,” ...

What to expect at the “Evolving InfluxDB Into the Smart Data Platform” event: Watch theCUBE Nov. 8

Time series databases evolved to replace relational databases due to their profound speed and efficiency advantages. It’s now become the de-facto database standard for today’s enterprises as they manage unprecedented swathes of free-flowing data across disparate infrastructures. But we’re at an inflection point, one that demands the innovation of existing TSDB technology to support new ...
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Three insights you might have missed from the “Why Ransomware Isn’t Your Only Problem” event

Cyber resilience has risen in importance as a competitive differentiator for enterprises. With ransomware strikes on the rapid rise, organizations caught unaware stand to lose in multiple ways: from the financial to the reputational. So, how prepared are businesses to face this threat? And does the enterprise’s confidence match the realities that are present at ...

StormForge uses machine learning to help orgs automatically scale Kubernetes workloads

Companies, especially those reliant on cloud operations, often struggle with resource optimization and configuration. One of these examples is the automatic scaling of Kubernetes, a pain point that StormForge, which focuses on automated Kubernetes resource management, is working hard to alleviate for its customers. “We started out running our machine learning workloads and moving them into ...

Chronosphere updates its cloud-native observability platform to accelerate remediation and increase engineering productivity

Operations and infrastructure teams are demanding more of their observability solutions to stay ahead of the ongoing data sprawl. In response, Chronosphere Inc. has made key improvements to its cloud-native observability platform through feature additions — in the areas of efficacy, scalability and end-user simplicity. “Our product announcement this time is a pretty big refresh of ...
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AnsibleFest was all about enabling organizations to automate IT at scale

All of today’s popular software gained its vitalness by solving one or more crucial problems, and continuously evolving that solution. As we trudge into the operations-as-code era, Ansible might have the key to solving the organizational problem of scaling automation. “You’re seeing new things like sign-in code, making sure it’s trusted and verified,” said John Furrier (pictured, right), ...