The 2014 results are in for the Top Virtualization Blogs and I’m so glad I am featured (in one way or another) on Eric Siebert’s results page.
I created my blog less than a year ago and have already had some varied and interesting visitors from the virtualization and technology community. Thank you for reading so far and I hope to improve on my performance so I can be a real community contributor over the next year.
In Summary – 197th position out of 320
Top New Blog – 12th position out of 22
Please keep reading as I continue to grow my personal blog and as always appreciate any feedback on my journey to sharing useful and exciting content.
Head on over to Eric Siebert’s page for all the results – http://vsphere-land.com/
Its been a long time since my last blog post but the recent GA of vCenter Support Assistant looks like it could be a winner for most companies looking to ensure their crown jewels are in good hands. » Read more
Its been a while since my last post and I’ve been keeping tabs on all the IT Tech news, blogs, and the local VMUGs that have past including the UK National Conference which was very well attended and had some excellent presentations by Jason Langone, Joe Baguely and Brian Gammage to name a few. The recent Danish VMUG was very good by all accounts and some very good presentations including an interesting one from LEGO on moving from 1 datacenter to another. But enough of news – let’s focus on the headline.
So what will 2014 be the year for ? » Read more
So everything is all Flash and Software defined, so what now ??
I had the pleasure of attending the IBM Edge event that mirrors the Las Vegas event but is held in London and was very interesting to say the least. » Read more
Another fine keynote presentation from Carl Eschenbach, Kit Colbert and Joe Baguely went into more of a deep dive of the the Pat Gelsinger keynote from the previous day about the SDN. » Read more
Another busy day at the Vmworld conference and we were to party to an interesting keynote with some announcements in line with what we expect from Barcelona. » Read more
Monday saw the first day of the Vmworld conference featuring Hands on Labs, TAM day and Partner Day and a chance for people to come and register ahead of the kick off on Tuesday.
The HOLs were particularly well designed and much improved on last years version and I can honestly say that I found them to be very engaging. Having been through the Mirage, vCHS and the vSAN labs I found that the screens were fluid and it was good to play with products to gain some familiarity with areas I hadn’t seen before.
As I’m neither a partner or qualify for TAM I had to miss out on the events and speeches that I’ve heard were very well accepted by the crowds.
It was good to meet up with VMware staff and fellow bloggers alike in the bloggers lounge and talking with some recognisable names in the vCommunity.
So onto the next day and some exciting keynotes with a few surprises I hope. Looking forward to walking a lot (not) and learning/networking some more for the next few days. More thoughts and experiences to follow so stay tuned.
I’m not going to take any credit for this but one of my fellow virtualisation enthusiasts – Eric Sloof – recently posted an article on the new certifications from Vmware designed for IT professionals to show a degree of knowledge and competencies in 3 areas. » Read more
We are not far off from the event of the year that is Vmworld 2013 Europe. It is back again at the Fira Barcelona Gran Via. Here’s a rundown on my thoughts for the event and some links that may be of use. » Read more
Not sure if you’ve been relaxing too much this weekend or not but it’s official and today you can download the latest vSphere release as well as all other product updates. Go to VMware and enjoy !!