Marlene Den Bleyker

Marlene Den Bleyker

Marlene is a staff writer at SiliconANGLE covering live events from SiliconANGLE Media's production hub, theCUBE. Have a news tip? Tweet it to @siliconangle

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AWS: The new neighborhood architect for

As the world becomes more connected, through technology and social media, neighborhoods are becoming disconnected. A recent report cited that neighborly bonds are declining, noting that about one-third of Americans say they have never interacted with their neighbors. The report also indicates that even though technology and social media are connecting people, Americans are more […]

Docker containers gain steam in enterprise as complexity issues are addressed

The enterprise is ready to move into the container world, where the modularized virtualization method eases the deploying and running of software apps in the cloud. Dealing with legacy systems and a lack of simplicity has been the main issue in getting there. This week at DockerCon17 in Austin, Texas, Docker Inc. announced that help is on […]

How Apache Flink enables new types of applications and microservices

Understanding Apache Flink, an open-source stream processing framework, requires a fresh take on data processing. Flink goes beyond the capabilities of the last generation of stream processors by enabling new types of applications and microservices, said Jamie Grier (pictured), director of applications engineering at data Artisans GmbH. “Stream processors in the past have been oriented for analytics alone. […]

Apache Flink: Simplifying streaming data for the enterprise

Apache has been leading the way for many big data trends, with data processing tools Apache Hadoop and Spark having helped the enterprise turn data into capital. As connected devices and machine learning are becoming more pervasive, the key to success is real-time data streaming from bound or unbound sources. Apache Flink manages this type […]

Martin Casado: Here’s how software-defined networking took over the industry

Software-Defined Networking has finally arrived, says Martin Casado, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, and the networking industry will never be the same. The pioneer of software-defined networking, the concept of connecting computers through software instead of dedicated hardware, joined Jeff Frick (@JeffFrick) and guest host Scott Raynovich (@rayno) of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile live streaming studio, during […]

AI and bots need diversity and inclusion for better outcomes, says CEO

There is an old adage in computer science: “Garbage in; garbage out.” This statement is more relevant today than ever before, as artificial intelligence, bots and machine learning technology advance through the enterprise. Referring to the term learned from her father, Sandy Carter (pictured), chief executive officer at Silicon Blitz, explained the rationale for diversity in […]

Leveraging container orchestration for easier app deployment

Deploying or managing software applications can be a challenge for many information technology departments across the enterprise who are trying to keep up with the rapid pace of technology. As organizations move business apps to the cloud, usually employing hybrid solutions, they seek quick, reliable and consistent methods of deployment regardless of existing infrastructure. Container […]

Connecting the data: Digital transformation relies on more than just tech

The path to digital transformation is full of potholes for much of the enterprise. The industry-wide issues at hand are hundreds of billions of dollars of legacy equipment and the time it takes to get a project accomplished. Most importantly, one of the largest problems is handling the explosion of data across the enterprise and determining who […]

Industrial IoT analytics advancing rapidly in Europe

The proliferation of the Internet of Things is now moving into the Industrial Internet of Things, connecting manufacturing and industrial devices across the globe. An area that is moving forward at a rapid pace with this technology is Europe, where countries are building smarter cities, factories and transportation while embracing mobility. “I work on a […]

Is 5G ready for prime time? Intel reveals its timeline

The 5G revolution is on its way for the consumer; however, looking for that new device in a store will be futile because the industry is still building the next-generation infrastructure. The 5G revolution means that mobile technology will go beyond connecting your phone or laptop. The new world of mobility will power the Internet of Things and […]