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The Top 100 Bloggers on Cloud Computing
Here goes with an expanded roster, listed as before in alphabetical order

Ever since I first published here my tentative list of Top 50 Bloggers on Cloud Computing it became clear that an expansion would be needed before too long. Thanks to community feedback via my Twitter account (http://twitter.com/jg21) here goes - just three months before Cloud Expo Silicon Valley (November 7-10) - with an expanded roster, listed as before in alphabetical order since I am making no attempt at this stage to rank the various blogs, merely to map - and celebrate - their existence.



Dustin Amrhein | "A View from the Clouds"

Dave Asprey | "Cloudy Words"

Ian Bergin | "Clouded Issues"

Randy Bias | "Cloudscaling"


Rick Blaisdell | "Rickscloud"

Steve Bobrowski | "The Cloud View"

Rene Buest
| www.CloudUser.de

Larry Carvalho | "Robust Cloud"

Andrew M. Chapman | "MemorableURL.com"

Sam Charrington | "Cloud Pulse"

Colin Clark | "Cloud Event Processing"

Peter Coffee | cloudblog.salesforce.com

Reuven Cohen | "Elastic Vapor"

Adrian Cole | jclouds.tumblr.com

Tim Crawford | "Cloud Computing & IT Optimization"

Ray DePena
| innovation.ulitzer.com

James Downey | "Cloud of Innovation"

Paul Fallon | Paul Fallon's Blog

William Fellows | blogs.the451group.com

Stephen Foskett | "GestaltIT"

Tim Freeman | www.timfreeman.org

Jay Fry | "Data Center Dialog"

Dana Gardner | "Briefings Direct"

Barton George | "Barton's Blog"

Bernard Golden | "The Open Source"

Brian GracelyClouds of Change

George Hadjiyanis, |  "The Cloud Blog"

James Hamilton | "Perspectives"

Marc Hamilton | Marc Hamilton's Blog

Derrick Harris | GigaOM Pro - Infrastructure

Christofer Hoff | "Rational Survivability"

Olafur Ingthorsson | CloudComputingTopics.com

Kevin L. Jackson | "Cloud Musings"

Steve Jin | www.DoubleCloud.org

Sam Johnston | www.samj.net

Jeff Kaplan | "THINK IT Services"

Jïm Kaskade | jameskaskade.com

Ben Kepes | "The Diversity Blog"

Markus Klems | "Cloudy Times"

Kent Langley | "Cloud Computing, Scalability, and Operations"

Walt Lapinsky | wrLapinsk's Blog

Lydia Leong
| "Cloud Pundit"

Steve Lesem | "Cloud Storage Strategy"

Dave Linthicum | "Cloud Computing"

Ignacio M. Llorente
| "Cloud Strategy & Innovation"

William Louth | williamlouth.wordpress.com

Lori MacVittie | devcentral.f5.com

Andi Mann | "Übergeek"

Jason McGee | "Cloud Jason"

Chirag Mehta | cloudcomputing.blogspot.com

Mario Meir-Huber | www.cloudvane.com

Paul Miller | "Cloud of Data"

Stuart Miniman | blogstu.wordpress.com

Sramana Mitra | sramanamitra.com

JP Morgenthal | "The Tech Evangelist"

K. Scott Morrison | scottmorrison.ulitzer.com

Ofir Nachmani | "I am On-Demand"

Greg Ness | www.infra20.com

Ray Nugent | "Cloudshaping: What's shaping the Cloud"

Greg O'ConnorUlitzer Blog

Kamesh Pemmaraju | "Leaders in Cloud Computing"

Geva Perry | "Thinking Out Cloud"

Gregor Petri | The Lean IT Blog

Scott Powerswww.galetechnologies.com

Srinivasan Sundara Rajan |  Ulitzer Blog

George Reese | enstratus.typepad.com/blog

Steve Riley | Riverbed Blog

Guy Rosen | www.jackofallclouds.com

Ellen Rubin | "Enterprise Cloud Computing Blog"

Ed Saipetch | "Breathing Data"

Scott C. Sanchez
"Cloudnod"

Chris Sears | Tumblr blog

Nati Shalom | "Middleware & Distributed Technologies"

Michael Sheehan | blog.gogrid.com

Lauren States | IBM Cloud Computing

Scott Stewart | "The Cloud CIO"

Krishnan Subramanian
| "CloudAve"

Mark Theile | Mark Thiele's "Data Center Pulse" blog

John Treadway | "CloudBzz"

James Urquhart | "The Wisdom of Clouds"

William Vambenepe | "IT Management in a Changing IT World"

Werner Vogels | "All Things Distributed"

Phil Wainewright
| "Software as Services"

Gavin Ward | LawCloudComputing

Simon Wardley | "Bits or Pieces"

George Watt | "Pragmatic Cloud"

James Watters | wattersjames.posterous.com

Alan Williamson | alan.blog-city.com

Alex Williams | "ReadWrite Cloud"

John M. Willis
| www.johnmwillis.com

Simon Withers | "100 Days in the Cloud"

Chris WolfVirtualizaton Tips & Ramblings

Buck Woody | "Carpe Datum"

Jian Zhen | "Zen 2.0"

EDITORIAL NOTE: Suggestions for continuing additions remain wholly welcome. Thanks in advance for your suggestions to http://twitter.com/jg21

About Jeremy Geelan
Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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