Top Posts 2016
2016 is pretty much done and dusted and it’s been an good year for Virtualization is Life! There was a more modest 70% increase in site visits this year compared to 2015 and a 2600% increase in visits since I began blogging in 2012. In 2016 I managed to produce 124 posts (including this one) which was slightly up on the 110 I produced in 2015 and in doing so passed 300 total blogs since I started here. I was fairly consistent in getting out at least eight blogs per month with June being my most prolific month with sixteen blog posts published.
Looking back through the statistics generate via JetPack, I’ve listed the Top 10 Blog Posts from the last 12 months. This year the opinion pieces seemed to be of interest to my readers and there is still vCloud Director and NSX representation in the top ten with my Veeam articles doing well. Again it was interesting to see that two of the most generic (older posts) and certainly basic posts took out two of the top three spots. It shows that bloggers should not be afraid of blogging around simple topics as there is an audience that will appreciate the content and get value out of the post.
- NSX Edge vs vShield Edge: Part 1 – Feature and Performance Matrix
- Quick Post: E1000 vs VMXNET3
- vSphere 6.0 vCenter Server Appliance: Upgrading from 5.x
- ESXi Bugs – VMware Can’t Keep Letting This Happen!
- Nutanix Buying PernixData: My Critical Analysis
- New NSX License Tier Thoughts and Transformers
- CBT Bugs – VMware Can’t Keep Letting This Happen!
- Veeam 9 Released: Top New Features
- Veeam’s Next Big Thing – Veeam has Arrived!
- vCloud Director 8: New Features And A New UI Addition…
I was honoured to have this blog voted #44 in the TopvBlog2016 and even with all the controversy around the voting I still hold that as a significant outcome of which I am very proud and I’d like to thank the readers and supporters of this blog for voting for me! And thanks must also go to my site sponsors who are all listed on the right hand side of this page.
With me moving across to vendor land it’s going to be interesting to see if I can keep up the variety of posts as I “narrow” down my core focus…however I fully intend to keep on pushing this blog by keeping it strong to it’s roots of vCloud Director and core VMware technologies like NSX and vSAN. I have the Home lab and the drive to continue to produce content around the things I am passionate about…and that includes all things hosting and cloud now with a touch of availability 🙂
Stay tuned for an even bigger 2017!