I’ve pulled out the Aussie Blogs and listed them below…Those with the Rank highlighted in Red are contributors to the @aussvMafia site with myself, Craig Waters, Rene Van Den Bedem and @JoshOdgers taking out a Top 50 spots this year. Those not familiar with Aussie vMafia, head here and take advantage of one of the best aggregation sites focused on VMware Vitualization going round. Great to also see three new blogs appear in the list as well.
|Blog||Rank||Previous||Change||Total Votes||Total Points||#1 Votes|
|CloudXC (Josh Odgers)||17||15||-2||189||1342||24|
|VCDX133 (Rene Van Den Bedem)||19||37||18||167||1284||24|
|Virtualization is Life! (Anthony Spiteri)||44||105||61||77||544||14|
|Penguinpunk.net (Dan Frith)||78||229||151||52||320||2|
|Virtual 10 (Manny Sidhu)||82||246||164||41||303||7|
|Proudest Monkey (Grant Orchard)||93||98||5||45||278||1|
|Pragmatic IO (Brett Sinclair)||153||224||71||30||199||4|
|Musings of Rodos (Rodney Haywood)||214||319||105||20||140||0|
Virtualization is Life! managed to jump up 61 places from last year to #44 which is a great feeling and humble reward for the work I put into this site. It also shows that there is strong interest in vCloud Director, NSX and the vCloud Air Network in general. The list of bloggers that are ranked higher (and lower) shows the extraordinary power of community generated content. There is quality throughout!
Thanks again to Eric Siebert for taking his time to go through the process and organise the voting and all the good and bad that goes with that…and thanks to all that voted!
ps. Please let me know if I’ve left anyone off the list..I worked through the list in quick time so might have left someone out.