Content Catalog is now live for this years VMworld….. time to start planning my schedule and moan about conflicting sessions! =)
My second article has now been published on SearchVMware.com about the new enhancements to vSAN Stretched Clustering.
Another article published on SearchVMware.com, this time on the new feature announced with vSAN 6.6 – vSAN Data-at-Rest Encryption!
It’s that time of year again when the VMware community starts to cast their votes as to which blog should be crowned “Top vBlog” for 2017…!
This year Duncan Epping (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/) and Frank Denneman (http://frankdenneman.nl) have decided to withdraw their blogs from the voting, which is admirable as they both always feature in the top 5 (or #1 for the past 8 years in the case of Duncan!!). From what I’ve read, both wish that other people get the recognition as sometimes the voting is based on popularity rather than content.
Maybe there should be a hall of fame that the likes of Duncan and Frank could be inducted into?!? =)
Last year, much to my surprise, I ended up ranked #161.. if I’m honest I didn’t even think I would rank! Anyways, thanks to those who voted for me…. hopefully I’ll rank again this year… it’s always nice to be recognised by your peers, but blogging for me is a hobby as I’ve got a hectic work and family life (a 20mth baby takes up alot of time…).
Anyways, head along to vSphere-land to read more about the voting rules:
If you’re looking for a list of all vBlogs, then head over to vLaunchPad:
Once you’re ready to cast your vote, head over to the voting site:
And if you’re interested in last years results, then here they are:
Voting runs until the 30th June.
Yes, I know I’m a bit late with this announcement as voting opened on the 1st June… Unfortunately I’m on holiday and it’s been difficult trying to find decent network reception on the canals of Wales – it seems you can only get 4G network when you’re near a town… =(