About Us

We are a group of IT professionals with different backgrounds and different opinions. Any given blog represents the opinion of that author, but not necessarily the views of the other contributors at nebulousIT.com or their employers. We hope to provide useful information and welcome your feedback and suggestions.

Alex Bach
Alex Bach
Over the last 18 years I’ve been fortunate to work professionally in IT across a broad spectrum of roles as a customer, a consultant, and a vendor.  Those roles have included engineering, architecture, consulting and sales.  Most recently, I designed and built private cloud solutions at Turner Broadcasting and in my current role I consult customers on Cisco data center and cloud architectures. When not working or blogging I enjoy family, travel, Atlanta sports, Indiana Basketball and Auburn Football.

All content I publish is representative of my opinions and not my employers or my fellow bloggers.

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Andrew Lafko
Andrew Lafko
I’ve spent the last 10 years working in IT with a focus on Linux administration and networking.  Most of this time has been spent helping higher education, research institutions, and enterprise customers design their data center network and compute infrastructure for the changing needs of tomorrow.  As an unabashed geek I am interested in anything technology, but always with an eye towards reality and practicality.

All opinions shared are my own and not necessarily shared by my employer.

Bryan Hilton
Bryan Hilton
I’ve been blessed to have been in the technology industry for more than 15 years now with a primary focus on revolutionary data center/cloud technologies. Over the past several years, my time has mostly been spent helping customers navigate the rapid pace of change in the industry and driving significant business outcomes. I am honored to have my amazing wife, wonderful children, and incredible family. My hobbies include being an outdoorsman, a Jeep Wrangler enthusiast, and serving at our church. VDI, Hadoop/Big Data, and helping others succeed; these are a few of my favorite things! (admit it, now you have that song stuck in your head…)

Blogs and Tweets I share here are mine, not my employers.

Follow me on Twitter now! Do it now! Seriously, stop procrastinating! @dc_geek

Carlos Castro
Carlos Castro
I have 10 years of experience working as a consultant to companies of all sizes. Most of that time has been spent doing pre-sales design consultations around integrating a range of IT infrastructure solutions to an existing environment. Uber-nerd at heart. Sports, beer and burgers keep me sane.

Blobs I share here are mine, not my employers.

You can check what I’m reading by following me on Twitter @carlosjcastro

Chris Baker
Chris Baker
I have been in IT for over 20 years both as a customer and as a pre-sales engineer.  I cut my teeth as a Solaris admin working on SPARC stations/servers.  I spent several years focused on the Geographic Information Systems/Remote Sensing space as it relates to IT, then transitioned over to the world of networks, servers, and storage.  I hold a BS from the University of Tennessee (Go Vols) and a MS from the University of Arkansas.  I am currently a consultant engineer for a large IT manufacturer.

Blogs are my personal opinion and not my employers.

Doron Chosnek
Doron Chosnek
I’ve spent over 20 years working with technology. I haven’t worked for a lot of companies, but I’ve had a lot of amazing experiences with those companies. I’ve worked in post-sales field support, pre-sales consulting, and design engineering.

The content in my posts is definitely influenced by my experiences, but it is not influenced by my employers, past or present.

I can be found on Twitter: @dchosnek

Jeff Allen
Jeff Allen
I’ve spent over 20 years in the IT industry working for companies like Ungermann Bass, Compaq, HP, and now Cisco. I’m currently focused on Nexus 9000 and ACI. I have a background in LAN switching, a ton of server experience, mixed with a dash of storage here and there.

Disclaimer: As I said, I work for Cisco and I work with our products for a living. Some people posting comments to this site may also work for Cisco and while I encourage full disclosure of this, I can’t guarantee it. Ultimately, opinions expressed by me and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors, not those of Cisco.

Follow me on Twitter: @JeffSaidSo