Do you work with Juniper Networks products?  Are you a JUNOS freak?  Have you ever wanted to see all your Juniper news in one place? Do you want an easy way to stay up to date with all the latest Juniper Networks / JUNOS information without having to follow dozens of blogs and news sites?

Well, now, you are in luck!

Can you smell it? It’s not napalm in the morning, it’s the aroma of your network running at it’s peak, that my friends is the scent of pine needles on fire, of Juniper news hot and fresh, and it is coming from Burning With The Bush – your single source for Juniper Networks related news, information and expert advice!

We are officially launching Burning With The Bush today (in beta) – you’re welcome.

We’re calling this a beta launch because we plan to add a ton more to the site/service over time.  Right now BWTB is basically a news aggregation blog targeting all things Juniper – we scour the web for Juniper Networks related news and information and then serve it up, piping hot for your discerning eyes. All of our syndicated content links back to the original post, giving you the option to scan headlines and read the full articles that matter most to you.  We highly recommend that you subscribe to BWTB in a reader or subscribe by Email and always be in the know!

Our plan is to add a few regular columns to the mix, including at least one to answer readers questions directly.  Beyond that there are a bunch more concepts being kicked around so stay tuned, both here (my personal blog) and on BWTB!  We really want to hear your ideas as well – this site is for you, the Juniper/JUNOS network engineering/operations community – help make it yours.  All of the email addresses and a bunch more info can be found on the Burning With The Bush “About” page, check it out!

Burning With The Bush – Juniper Networks info – Hot and Fresh for You

Published On: August 24th, 2009 / Categories: Juniper, Miscellaneous / Tags: , , , , , , , , /

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