For this week’s CDN #Follow Friday, we are focusing on software defined networking experts.
One of them is the co-founder of a Canadian networking solutions company, the other is an analyst for a New York-based IT research firm and the last is a network engineering consultant who also co-founded one of the oldest networking blog sites.
Richard Hyatt, is chief scientist and co-founder of Canadian IP address management, domain name system (DNS) and dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) solutions provider BlueCat Networks. He specializes in DNS, DHCP, IP address management, IPv4, IPv6 and software development.
His Twitter handle is: @ipamguy
— Richard Hyatt (@ipamguy) June 4, 2014
— BlueCat (@BlueCatNetworks) June 13, 2014
Check out upcoming ITWorld Canada Twitter chats here: Eric Hanselman, is chief analyst at enterprise IT research firm 451 Research. He has extensive hand-on understanding of various IT areas including networking, virtualization, cloud computing security and semiconductors. View his tweetss: @e_hanselman
— Eric Hanselman (@e_hanselman) June 24, 2014
Greg Ferro, is a network engineer and architect who focuses mostly on data centre, security infrastructure and virtualization, He is a co-founder of the popular networking podcast Packet Pushers and blogger for the site Ethereal Mind, one of the longest running networking blogs.
Find Gregs SDN-related and other tweets: @etherealmind
Oh all right, just ONE cup of coffee pic.twitter.com/le4h0IZr8b
— EtherealMind (@etherealmind) June 29, 2014
Its easy to scare the pants off a vendor SE. Sit across the table and say “You know, I’ve been thinking about SDN ….. ” — EtherealMind (@etherealmind) July 24, 2014
— EtherealMind (@etherealmind) July 17, 2014