Bev Terrell

Bev Terrell

With more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the information technology business, Bev Terrell is a SiliconANGLE writer covering live news events with theCUBE. She got her start at EDS (now Hewlett Packard) and also worked at ACS (now Xerox Business Services), so it’s fair to say Bev has personally experienced the changing landscape of the outsourcing industry. In addition to a passion for writing, Bev loves to paint portraits and to spoil her large yellow cat, Seamus.
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Latest from Bev Terrell

Businesses search for balance in multi-cloud environments

While a hybrid cloud approach uses two different types of clouds, public and private, a multi-cloud environment uses a mix of public, private or hybrid cloud solutions, but does not necessarily use different cloud types. Many experts view hybrid cloud as a stepping-stone to a multi-cloud future, and as its advantages are touted, multi-cloud is […]

The enterprise’s appetite for open-source software continues to grow

Development organizations face an infinite supply of open-source tools in today’s tech ecosystem. There are a thousand new open-source projects a day, with 10,000 new versions and 14 new releases each year, according to Matt Howard (pictured), executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Sonatype Inc. The supply is massive, and consumption is equally […]

Getting software developers into network … and vice versa

This week’s Cisco DevNet Create event in San Francisco, California, represents the company’s outreach to a new community of developers; namely, an audience that may not have thought about Cisco Systems Inc. in the past. They may have believed that Cisco was just a hardware company that does routers and switching and not one that […]

Striving for freedom of choice in a multi-cloud world

While the relatively new maxim “Every company should be a software company” and variants thereof are repeated many times a day, few organizations really understand exactly what this will mean for them. The ability to deploy software dozens of times per day — having a continuous integration and a continuous deployment pipeline — this is […]

The new kingmakers of IT: maximizing DevOps for enterprise

In today’s world of open-source software, developers are considered to be the “new kingmakers” of information technology — the brains and the imagination that drives software and application program interfaces, and thus organizations. It can be a phenomenon not well understood by business leaders, however, where developers influence many technology infrastructure decisions, but they are not […]

‘You talking to me?’ Rise of the conversational bots

Whether it’s ‘Hey, Cortana,’ ‘Hey, Siri’ or ‘Alexa, play Mozart,’ consumers are becoming quite comfortable having conversations with smartphones, computers and even cars via personal intelligent data assistants. “Over the next five or 10 years, almost all software will have some sort of conversational element built in,” said Ben Brown (pictured), founder and chief executive officer of […]

Analyst looks at Cisco’s cloud play and the popularity of cloud-native

Traditionally in the enterprise, data was held and managed in silos. But times have changed. Now, businesses are applying a more modern, services-based approach and spreading those services across the siloed data. “You are bringing the entire organization [under] one single umbrella, sharing their data, and thereby benefiting much more than what they were getting in […]

Symbiotic software: Open source and the value of integrated solutions

One of the interesting developments emerging from open-source computing ecosystems is a change from a ‘winner-take-all’ mentality to an understanding that many enterprises can flourish and profit together, even symbiotically. The strength comes not from any one company and its hardware/software solutions; instead, it is the combination of the strongest suits from multiple companies, working […]

Machine learning, AI are differentiators for this recruitment company

Among the winners of this year’s Informatica Innovation Awards was Allegis Group, a privately held staffing and recruitment services company. Allegis partners with Informatica LLC, using machine learning and artificial intelligence on its data to innovate and change. “For us, it’s about using data as an asset and how we want to transform our company [in the […]

Good for engineers, developers: SAP Hana cloud offering now on AWS

While Amazon Web Services Inc. and SAP SE have been working together for some time, such as sitting side-by-side to perform validations, it was an informal relationship. This week, both companies took their partnership to a more formal level, announcing a new SAP Hana Enterprise Cloud Managed Public offering on AWS. This relationship is beneficial […]