Helpful listing of Cloud Computing blogs

August 26th, 2008 by - 6,256 views

The High Scalability blog today posted a great list of various Cloud Computing blogs currently available. If you are looking for a single source of Cloud Computing information, I definitely recommend looking at Todd Huff’s solid list.

The post is located here.

His post is broken down into specific Categories: Meta Sources and Specific Blogs. I’m sure that these will grow over time. Currently there are 5 Meta Source listings (obvious ones there include the Google Groups on Cloud Computing) and a good group of Specific blogs. Some of the Specific Blog highlights that I think are important ones to look at are:

The GoGrid blog was included in the list (Thanks Todd).

I would like to add a few more that I personally read that others may find as useful resources:

Feel free to post some comments with any other good Cloud Computing blogs out there. For those that want to cheat, you can always do a quick “Cloud Computing” blog search on Google or Technorati.

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Michael Sheehan

Michael Sheehan, formerly the Technology Evangelist for GoGrid, is a recognized technology, social media, and cloud computing pundit and blogger who writes regularly about technology news and trends.

6 Responses to “Helpful listing of Cloud Computing blogs”

  1. todd says:

    Thanks Michael. I added them in!

  2. Ross Cooney says:

    Hi,

    I have a simple blog on this topic. I hope it is useful and you find it interesting.

    Ross Cooney

  3. Bill R. says:

    Thanks for mentioning Nati Shalom’s blog, I work with GigaSpaces and I always seem to learn something from every post.

  4. Zeta says:

    Accessing files and applications over the internet is changing the way we work and play. Has web 2.0 finally come of age? Visit the Zeta blog to read our full story: http://www.zeta.net/blog/2009/01/what-cloud-compu

  5. Mark Adams says:

    On the light side, I like this tweet: http://www.twitter.com/ilandcloud
    It's written from a "cloud" who tweets about being virtual. LOL.

  6. I'm also interested to learn more updated points about cloud computing…Its a nice collection of different cloud computing blogs. Keep sharing it…

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