What a year it’s been for the CloudOps team! Since launching the CloudOps blog earlier this year, we’ve published 63 items and have seen a tremendous response from the larger IT and cloud operations community.
Looking back on 2013, we wanted to highlight some of the top performing content and topics from the CloudOps blog this past year:
1. “Workload Assessment for Cloud Migration Part 1: Identifying and Analyzing Your Workloads” by Andy Troup
2. “Automation – The Scripting, Orchestration, and Technology Love Triangle” by Andy Troup
3. “IT Automation Roles Depend on Service Delivery Strategy” by Kurt Milne
4. “Workload Assessment for Cloud Migration, Part 2: Service Portfolio Mapping” by Andy Troup
5. “Tips for Using KPIs to Filter Noise with vCenter Operations Manager” by Michael Steinberg and Pierre Moncassin
6. “Automated Deployment and Testing Big ‘Hairball’ Application Stacks” by Venkat Gopalakrishnan
7. “Rethinking IT for the Cloud, Pt. 1 – Calculating Your Cloud Service Costs” by Khalid Hakim
8. “The Illusion of Unlimited Capacity” by Andy Troup
9. “Transforming IT Services is More Effective with Org Changes” by Kevin Lees
10. “A VMware Perspective on IT as a Service, Part 1: The Journey” by Paul Chapman
As we look forward to 2014, we want to thank you, our readers, for taking the time to follow, share, comment, and react to all of our content. We’ve enjoyed reading your feedback and helping build the conversation around how today’s IT admins can take full advantage of cloud technologies.
From IT automation to patch management to IT-as-a-Service and beyond, we’re looking forward to bringing you even more insights from our VMware CloudOps pros in the New Year. Happy Holidays to all – we’ll see you in 2014!
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