Finally, the word is out. Yesterday VMware announced the vExpert 2012 title holders.
I’m very happy to say that I’m one of them for the first time . I want to congratulate all of you who have also achieved the vExpert title.
Big thanks goes to the whole VMware team, John Troyer and last but not least Alex Maier.
This title will give me a big energy boost to post more and more virtualization and cloud related blog posts on a regular basis!
To all other vExperts out there: Congratulations!!!
Because this is my first post of the year, I will take a little time to look back at the past year.
If I look back at 2010 it was really a great year for myself, as I start (again) with blogging, first at my old site vminfo.nl and later that year on my new blog: VirtualClouds.info. Not only I changed my blog, I also switched to a new company with a focus on Enterprise virtualization technologies, so that would be a great source of inspiration to write new blog posts .
Below some facts about my blog, and a list of the top 10 blog posts (by unique visitors):
Some facts about VirtualClouds.info for 2010:
- Migrating my old blog at vminfo.nl over to my new one over at VirtualClouds.info
- Really start blogging back in September 2010, manly because I like to share my experience with you out there
- Last year I writen about 30 blogpost (most of them about virtualization related items)
- According to Google Analystics there were over 75.000 visitors, most of them during VMworld 2010 Europe beceause of my daily VMworld linkage, a big thanks to Eric Sloof and John Troyer!!!
The top 10 blogpost are:
- VMworld Linkage:
- VMworld 2010 Copenhagen Day 0
- VMworld 2010 Copenhagen Day 1 (Partner Day)
- VMworld 2010 Copenhagen Day 2 – Linkage
- VMworld 2010 Copenhagen Day 3 – Linkage
- VMworld 2010 Copenhagen Day 4 – Linkage
- VMworld 2010 Copenhagen – Round-up
- VMware vSphere Advanced Troubleshooting by Eric Sloof
- Configure Cisco CDP on ESX(i)
- How to backup and restore vCenter Server
- Roll Back an ESXi image
One of my personal goals for 2011 are to blog even more about virtualization, so stay tuned for new blogposts :-)
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