My top posts of 2010 and looking into 2011

Since its the last day of 2010 I thought I should write a little something about how the first year (well technically 7 months) has treated my site. I have managed to turn out several posts that have been very popular, I have to say that the ones that are the most fun for me to write are usually the ones that do the best too. For example, there are a few posts on the HP P2000 line of products, these posts have been very popular and have also been a lot of fun to write because they have been hands-on posts.

HP P2000 related:

  1. HP P2000 (MSA2000i) Review
  2. HP P2000/MSA G3: A First look for SMB’s
  3. Running vSphere 4 on HP P2000

I would have to say the next best thing to blogging about products which I have hands-on access to is writing about virtualization/network design for SMB’s. I have posted two times so far on the subject, and I think each time I have been able to help at least one person on his or her project.

  1. Recipe for SMB Cluster’s
  2. VMware SMB Designs
  3. Virtualization Design Questionnaire

Other articles that have been very popular have been been my how-to articles, and reviews.

  1. The Mission Manual Part 1: Veeam B & R Direct SAN Backups
  2. Installing a Linux PCoIP View Client
  3. VMWare Converter for PC Backup
  4. Storage Multipathing with HP P4000 and IX2
  5. Zimbra Community Edition Installation and Review <- Zimbra seems to be a hot spot, I will definetly have to dig deeper into it in 2011
  6. Howto: Build a VMWare based MCITP lab environment
  7. Howto: Windows Storage Server for VMware Storage
  8. Snapshots Explained in Layman’s Terms
  9. Fixing ‘Datastore Usage on Disk’ Alarms when using Virtual SAN Software
  10. OpenVPN-ALS (Adito) SSL VPN Gateway

So far I’ve been blogging for 244 days, in that time I’ve been able to provide 36 posts, several “Pages”, and answered several comments for more information. I am excited to see what I can bring to you in 2011. I wish everyone a prosperous and happy new year!

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