Virtualisation Blogs You Should Be Reading
Are you interested in virtualisation? Here’s our list of virtualisation blogs you need to be reading!
A great blog run by Daniel Eason, an IT Infrastructure Architect whose blog covers technology such as Virtualisation for Server and Storage environments, Backup and Continuity, Automation & Management and Messaging Technologies.
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The xtravirt blog is run by Paul Davey – owner of a virtualisation consultancy business, if you’re interested in virtualisation or cloud computing then this a must read.
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Yellow Bricks is the personal blog of Duncan Epping, co author on various Virtusaliation book, his blog covers all things virtualisation with a specific focus on VMware.
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Virtual blog is run by David Hill – a Senior Cloud Consultant at VMWare Tech Services and his blog provides first-hand information, announcements, troubleshooting and various tips for implementing virtualisation technology.
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Run by Julian Wood – recently granted the VMware vEXPERT award for 2011, his blog provides a great resource for all things VMware, HP, Flex-10, Powershell interfaces and more.
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Written by Tom Howarth – a Virtualisation and VMware vExpert and author. Head over to his blog and check out the category list to see how much the blog covers because there’s a lot!
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Virtual Pro is the blog of Craig Stewart, covering VMware, citrix and more – chances are if you have a problem then theres a good chance of finding a solution here.
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Hopefully this list gives you a great start pointing on virtualisation, whether you’re new to the subject or a seasoned pro looking to solve a problem you haven’t encountered before then chances are you’ll find the answer on one of these blogs.
Ideally we’d like to keep expanding on this list, and we know full well that there’s probably loads more great virtualisation blogs out there that we’ve missed. So if you think we’ve missed any – then please feel free to leave us a comment or drop us an email.