LinkedIn is the premier place for enterprise technology professionals to gather, connect with one another, share ideas, and network. If you’re a cloud engineer or IT professional that specializes in operating cloud solutions, or you’re just looking for additional insights into what the smartest in the industry are talking about, cloud computing LinkedIn professional groups are a great place to start. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of the top nine forums to join to discover new insights, best practices and learn which software tools the experts are using in their daily operations.
AWS Cloud Computing
“Amazon Web Services a global cloud solution provider. So far the main vendor to offer real tools for business to either move their applications to the cloud or build new solutions. Here you are welcome to link up with other users of AWS or you may want to learn from others. News of developers putting up new solutions into the AWS Cloud.”
“This is a group for people involved in Current Big Thing – Cloud Computing.”
Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, SaaS & Virtualization
“A group for Cloud Computing , Cyber Security & Virtualization professionals to expand their network of contacts, share idea’s and discuss industry related topics. The group covers VMware, SaaS, PaaS, Cloud Security, Cloud Computing & Server Virtualization technologies, Enterprise 2.0 Applications, technologies and architectures, crm, cloud services, date centre, Software as a Service, on demand applications.”
Cloud Technology Professionals
“An exclusive group for Cloud Computing professionals to network and discuss industry related topics such as Virtualisation, VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix Xen, Security, Enterprise, Mobile, Storage, VCP, VCDX, Cloud Power, SaaS, PaaS, Data Storage, Security, IBM Cloud, Amazon Cloud.Technical Q&A and news are all supported and encouraged. The Cloud Computing professionals is a mission to promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing, and to provide education on the uses of Cloud Computing to help secure all other forms of computing.”
IBM Cloud Computing
“The IBM Cloud LinkedIn Group is for Cloud experts, customers, Business Partners, analysts, and other stakeholders to discuss, share, and collaborate on Cloud Computing. This network will help better understand the potential of Cloud Computing, the attributes of Cloud Computing, and what it means as an evolving model for IT infrastructures — building on concepts such as virtualization, utility and grid computing, and SaaS and driving expectations for access, consistency and quality in the user computing experience.”
Microsoft Azure & Microsoft Cloud
“Welcome to the place where people who are interested in the Microsoft Azure cloud platform come together. The Microsoft cloud platform creates opportunity for companies to access utility scale computing resources such as compute, storage and to build powerful applications without worrying about underlying infrastructure. With an on-demand, cloud scale platform at your fingertips you can unburden your IT and focus more on business.”
Software as a Service – SaaS
“This group is open to all professionals active in information technology – particularly the Software as a Service area (SaaS) – to discuss how SaaS can alleviate the customer’s burden of software maintenance, ongoing operation, and support.”
The Virtualization & Cloud Computing Group
“An exclusive group for Virtualization & Cloud Computing professionals to network and discuss industry related topics such as Virtualization, VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix Xen, Security, Enterprise, Mobile, Storage, VCP, VCDX, Cloud Power, SaaS, PaaS, Data Storage, Security. Technical Q&A and news are all supported and encouraged.”
Virtualization & Cloud Computing Solutions
“Join the most valuable community of Virtualization & Cloud Computing on LinkedIn. A space that allows networking to IT professionals and share knowledge, opportunities and ideas. Covered topics include: architectures, designs, deploys, licensing, hardware, software, features, security, storage, management and more, based on vendors solutions as: VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, Oracle, Red Hat, IBM, HP, etc.”
There you have it, the top nine LinkedIn groups for cloud computing professionals. Join the discussion!
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