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About Blog - Amazon Web Services offers reliable, scalable, and inexpensive cloud computing services.
About Blog - Google Cloud Platform’s blog contains hundreds of articles written by Google cloud experts, and actually dates back to 2008. This vast blog discusses the products, customers, and technical features of Google’s cloud solution, while articles can range from product blurbs to extremely detailed technical explanations.
Armonk, New York
About Blog - IBM’s Thoughts on Cloud blog provides “insights, news, and analysis for the cloud community.” Each blog post is conveniently labeled according to subcategory, for example, Big Data, Hybrid, and Infrastructure.
About Blog - The Microsoft Azure blog has posts by numerous Azure staffers who are part of the company’s integrated cloud services initiative. This is a highly extensive blog, and contains over 2,500 posts covering product news and features, as well as industry events.
Palo Alto, California
About Blog - The Public Cloud for Modern IT. A pioneer in the use of virtualization, VMware simplifies IT complexity across the entire data center to the cloud and virtual workplace, empowering customers with solutions for hybrid cloud and business mobility.
About Blog - CloudTech is a leading blog and news site that is dedicated to cloud computing strategy and technology. With authors including IBM’s Sebastian Krause, Cloudonomics author Joe Weinman, and Ian Moyse from the Cloud Industry Forum, CloudTech has hundreds of blogs about numerous cloud-related topics and reaches over 320,000 cloud computing professionals.
About Blog - CloudTweaks is one of the most informative cloud blogs on the Internet. In addition to numerous contributors and a lengthy list of posts, CloudTweaks has various other forms of content, such as statistics, infographics, event announcements, and – you guessed it –cloud comics!
About Blog - Compare the Cloud is one of the most active and extensive cloud blogs available. Its posts are from numerous writers from across the cloud industry. The blog itself reaches more than 12 million cloud technology consumers.
About Blog - All Things Distributed is written by the world-famous Amazon CTO Werner Vogels. His blog is a must-read for anyone who uses AWS. He publishes sophisticated posts about specific AWS services and keeps his readers up-to-date on the latest AWS news.
About Blog - IEEE Cloud Computing is committed to the timely publication of peer-reviewed articles that provide innovative research ideas, applications results, and case studies in all areas of cloud computing.
About Blog - Infoworld’s outstanding cloud computing blog is written by David Linthicum, a consultant at Cloud Technology Partners and a sought-after industry expert and thought leader. His Infoworld blog is exclusively devoted to cloud computing and updated frequently.
USA | UK | Australia | Asia
About Blog - Cloud technologies are gaining momentum everyday in the largest data centers and the smallest businesses, offering services that encompass everything from the infrastructure down to the software level. There are many potential benefits as well as risks, but market leaders like Amazon, Rackspace, IBM, and Microsoft are bringing the cloud from the bleeding edge to the center of the IT landscape.
Cloudcast Studio - Raleigh, NC
About Blog - The Cloudcast blog is quite unique in the cloud blogosphere because it consists of audio blogs instead of written posts. The podcasts are created by Brian Gracely, a technology expert at RedHat Openshift, a next generation cloud application program, and Aaron Delp, the Director of Solutions at NetApp SolidFire, which creates flash arrays for data centers.
EnZed (and often AirNZ)
About Blog - The Diversity Limited blog is written by Ben Kepes, who is a technology evangelist, investor, commentator, and business advisor. The blog provides great analysis of all the latest cloud-related tech news and commentary on newly released business software. Despite being a one-man show, the blog includes hundreds of articles and is sometimes updated a few times a day.
Los Angeles, CA
About Blog - The Avoa blog is a go-to source for many technology and business leaders to get updates on technology innovation, and rich insights on cloud computing from the blogger Tim Crawford, a thought leader in the areas of IT innovation, transformation, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud computing.
About Blog - The innovative THINKstrategies blog is written by Jeff Kaplan, who is its Managing Director. A leading expert in cloud computing, Jeff is a frequent guest blogger and keynote speaker on SaaS, managed services, and IOT.
About Blog - Kevin Jackson is a renowned thought leader, speaker, and consultant for cloud-related technologies and business strategies. Kevin’s blog discusses issues related to cloud computing and cyber security, and includes news on product launches, acquisition, and conferences.
About Blog - Cloud Pundit is the blog of Lydia Leong, who covers cloud computing for Gartner as a Distinguished Analyst. This in-depth blog often discusses the findings and opinions that Lydia generates from her professional analyses, and is updated approximately once a month.
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