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15 Enterprise Storage Experts You Need to Follow

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Enterprise Storage Forum is your source for in-depth coverage of data storage technology and trends. For still more insight, following data storage experts on social media is a great way to stay on top of the data storage industry. Here are 15 storage experts that deserve a follow, in no particular order. We welcome your comments and suggestions about additional storage experts worth following. 

Julia Palmer

Julia Palmer
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This Gartner research director knows what makes modern data centers tick, particularly emerging storage technologies.

@JuliaStorage
LinkedIn

Mark Peters

Mark Peters
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Mark Peters, a senior analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), helps IT leaders make sense of the ever-evolving storage market.

@englishmdp
LinkedIn

Stephen Foskett

Stephen Foskett
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Head of Foskett Services and organizer of the Tech Field Day event series, Stephen Foskett can be counted on fresh perspectives on enterprise storage and virtualization.

@SFoskett
LinkedIn

Howard Marks

Howard Marks
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Founder and Chief Scientist at DeepStorage, a data storage and management analysis and testing lab. No trend in cutting-edge storage trend escapes his watchful eye.

@DeepStorageNet
LinkedIn

Chris M. Evans

Chris M. Evans
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Specializing in open systems storage and virtualization, consultant and technology analyst Chris M. Evans brings clarity to the often-murky intersection of IT innovation and business.

@chrismevans
LinkedIn

Calvin Zito

Calvin Zito
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HPE Blogger and Storage Evangelist Calvin Zito provides an insider's view of the happenings inside one of the industry's leading enterprise storage companies. A good source of information, not only for existing HPE storage customers, but folks interested in seeing how the industry is adapting to flash and cloud-enabled storage.

@CalvinZito
LinkedIn

Duncan Epping

Duncan Epping
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Need software-defined data center (SDDC) insights? Duncan Epping, prolific author and Chief Technologist at VMware's Storage and Availability division, provides a wealth of them.

@DuncanYB
LinkedIn

Yanbing Li

Yanbing Li
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Responsible for VMware's fastest-growing product lines, namely vSAN and hyperconverged infrastructure offerings, this executive is a trove of information for customers and IT leaders considering more modern approaches to data storage services and management.

@ybhighheels
LinkedIn

Greg Schulz

Greg Schulz
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Schulz founded IT advisory firm StorageIO in 2006 and is a reliable source of insights on big data, data protection and cloud computing, among many other IT topics. The VMware vExpert and Microsoft MVP for cloud and data center management is also author of the book, Software Defined Data Infrastructure Essentials.

@storageio
LinkedIn

Ed Walsh

Ed Walsh
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General Manager at IBM Storage, and former CEO of data protection specialist Catalogic Software, he's a good person to follow to see how IBM's big bet on flash and NVMe storage is shaking out.

@Ed_J_Walsh
LinkedIn

W. Curtis Preston

W. Curtis Preston
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The Chief Technical Architect at Druva, Mr. Backup himself, knows data backup and recovery systems and methods inside and out. Storage admins that value their data will want to check on his feeds often.

@wcpreston
LinkedIn

Dheeraj Pandey

Dheeraj Pandey
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Hyperconverged infrastructure is taking over the data center. Dheeraj Pandey, CEO of hyperconvergence innovator Nutanix is worth following.

@dheeraj
LinkedIn

Scott Sinclair

Scott Sinclair
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With previous roles in both Dell and EMC, ESG Senior Analyst Scott Sinclair has an insider's perspective on the enterprise storage market,

@Scott_Sin
LinkedIn

Camberley Bates

Camberley Bates
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As Director and analyst at Evaluator Group, Camberley Bates often showcases the latest trends shaping the enterprise storage market.

@camberleyb
LinkedIn

Dan Frith

Dan Frith
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Hailing from Australia, Dan Frith is known for his frequent and insightful views on storage systems, flash storage, cloud data protection solutions and much more.

@penguinpunk
LinkedIn


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