We’re making some headway in Networking Month with regular updates and ground coverage from Michael Morisy at Interop 2011. But you don’t need to travel to Vegas to get the latest in networking news; check out some of these Twitter feeds for regular updates, blog links, and one-to-one interactions with practicing networking pros. Did we miss anyone? Let us know in the comments section, send an email, or let us know on Twitter.
@packetlife: Follow for updates on his community PacketLife.net and his Lego adventures.
@mfratto: Mike Fratto wants you to know he’s not quite as grumpy as he seems. He also has ample knowledge in network computing, with focus on infrastructure and security.
@swackhap: Patrick Swackhammer has a cool name and knows his way around a network.
@corq: A self-proclaimed “network/sysadmin/security nrrd.”
@stu: This Wikibon researcher and analyst focuses on networking as well as virtualization and cloud computing.
@joltsik: He’s a blogger at the Enterprise Strategy Group, blogging about networking security among other IT topics.
@ahojmark: Follow for updates from CCIE #8525, a self-proclaimed “network nerd,” tweeting from Denmark.
@storageio: Greg Shulz has authored Resilient Storage Networks: Designing Flexible Scalable Data Infrastructures and other titles that contribute to the field of storage networking.
@ioshints: Recommended by @stu, Ivan Pepelnjak has been “designing, installing, troubleshooting, and operating large service provider and enterprise WAN and LAN networks since 1990 and is currently chief technology advisor at NIL Data Communications, focusing on advanced IP-based networks and web technologies. His books published by Cisco Press include MPLS and VPN Architectures and EIGRP Network Design.”
@CiscoPress: Follow for updates on the latest titles and resources for networking self-study materials.
@Juniper_World: Get updates on the networking industry and Juniper’s latest news.
@sonicwall: Get updates from the company that is “Relentlessly Engineering the Cost Out of High-Performance Secure Networking.”