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Countdown: Top 7 Data Center Blogs

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Counting down the top 7 current data center blogs you should be reading right now

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Countdown: Top 7 Data Center Blogs

  1. 1. Seven data center blogs you should be reading right now August 2014
  2. 2. 2 A little data center knowledge goes a long way Where do you turn when you have lingering questions about the data center? To the experts, of course. We compiled a list of experts that have years of data center knowledge to share with the tech world (and possibly non-tech related friends). With these blogs and Twitter feeds, you can stay on top of trends, breaking or developing news stories, major tech conferences and professional opinions on a variety of topics, from virtualization to security. Each blogger is a tech pro and even we follow them on Twitter for a hands-on perspective. From a systems administrator to a CTO to a manager and a journalist, these IT professionals use experience to educate and enlighten. © TechTarget
  3. 3. 3 Matt Simmons: IT pro writes sysadmin blog According to Simmons -- a self-described IT admin who does everything -- Standalone Sysadmin was created for IT admins who are involved in every step of the process. He started the blog after sharing his LiveJournal account with a mostly non-technical audience, who didn't quite understand the topics of his entries. From DevOps to network improvements to conference coverage, Simmons covers what sysadmins request. Simmons works for the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University, specializing in networking and virtualization. It might be hard to define system administration, but Matt Simmons speaks to IT pros from their point of view in his sysadmin blog -- especially since he has been a sysadmin for 12 years, specializing in small infrastructure. According to Simmons -- a self-described IT admin who does everything -- Standalone Sysadmin was created for IT admins who are involved in every step of the process. He started the blog after sharing his LiveJournal account with a mostly non-technical audience, who didn't quite understand the topics of his entries. From DevOps to network improvements to conference coverage, Simmons covers what sysadmins request. Simmons works for the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University, specializing in networking and virtualization. © TechTarget
  4. 4. 4 Stephen Foskett: Pack rat’s Twitter puts other storage blogs to shame Looking for a good read about storage or virtualization? Check out Stephen Foskett's Twitter page, where he tweets about data storage, virtualization, the business of IT and other important issues impacting the IT industry. For over a decade, Foskett has worked as a vendor and independent IT/business consultant to end users, helping manage services at major IT companies. He also shares a lot of "good reads" from other storage blogs and the open source community. You can also check out more from Foskett on his PackRat blog. © TechTarget
  5. 5. 5 Scott S. Lowe: Weblog shares networking virtualization know-how and more Scott S. Lowe is an engineering architect who focuses on network virtualization and software-defined © TechTarget networking. As an expert specializing in virtualization, networking, servers, the cloud and Macs, Lowe's comprehensive IT knowledge makes his weblog and Twitter page a go-to source for information. You may notice a lot about OpenStack and other open source technologies/projects, broad trends in cloud computing and networking, but occasionally he posts about productivity or something Mac-related. Lowe's goal is to help others by sharing useful technical information.
  6. 6. 6 Stephen J. Vaughan: I’ll have a technology blog, heavy on the tech please Data center geeks unite! This technology blog by Stephen J. Vaughan is very heavy on the tech -- I mean, the blog is called "Practical Technology" for a reason. Vaughan focuses on operating systems, Linux, open source, networks and entertainment technology. And, don't forget about the businesses behind these technologies, because he mentions those too. Check out any of his categories -- apps, businesses, database, development, entertainment, infrastructure, network, OS, security and space -- for a complete understanding of the various topics this industry observer enjoys. © TechTarget
  7. 7. 7 Sharon Fisher: Storage and disaster recovery blog offers big byte of knowledge What's going on in cloud storage and disaster recovery? Sharon Fisher will tell you everything you need to know. A veteran computer journalist, Fisher writes for storage tool providers and users, and covers storage from top to bottom. E-discovery, content management, networking and/or public policy are locked down in this storage and disaster recovery blog on IT Knowledge Exchange. Fisher has written for many prominent technology publications, such as InfoWorld and ComputerWorld, and authored/contributed to four books. © TechTarget
  8. 8. 8 Brian Krebs: Computer security specialist investigates computer crime Has your home network ever been attacked by hackers? Brian Krebs' was, and that's how he became a computer security specialist. The P.F. Chang's data breach, along with the recent car wash hacks and instances of electronic road sign manipulation, are a few of the computer crimes Krebs has explored in his Twitter feed. And net neutrality, a major tech topic, is also covered. You can also get more insight into other security topics on his blog, Krebs on Security. © TechTarget
  9. 9. 9 Steve Duplessle: IT infrastructure technologies pro tells it like it is In his blog, titled "The Bigger Truth," Steve Duplessie explores why companies and chief decision-makers take certain actions, and he asks, "What does that mean for the rest of us?" He's honest, insightful and tech-savvy. Through multimedia -- webinars, videos, blog posts -- Steve thoughtfully expresses his expertise in IT infrastructure technologies. You can also follow Duplessie on Twitter. © TechTarget
  10. 10. 10 Where information technology professionals gather Now that you know about the best data center blogs currently out there, take it a step further by accessing this new resource on data energy efficiency and learn why you should be taking a closer, second look at your data center designs. Access this exclusive energy efficiency resource from the SearchDataCenter.com editorial team today. http://bit.ly/1pIqu79 Looking to keep up with the latest tech industry news? TechTarget's IT Knowledge Exchange Expert Community compiles blogs and discussions by information technology professionals that will help you troubleshoot specific IT problems and research products. Take your problems to the questions section to receive help from pros. Our expert bloggers cover a wide range of topics, from data and systems management to consumerization and security. © TechTarget

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