This week’s featured blogger is Vjekoslav Babic of Navigate Into Success. Hailing from Croatia, Vjekoslav is a consultant at Microsoft who specializes in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. When he is not working or writing in his blog, Vjekoslav is pursuing his writing talents — he recently co-authored Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, the first and currently the only book on this product. He recently wrote about us; you can check out his review of IT Knowledge Exchange here.
Congratulations, Vjekoslav, on being our blogger of the week!
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This week’s featured blogger is Barry Coombs of Virtualised Reality. Barry is a VMware Certified Professional who blogs about (surprise surprise!) VMware and its related news and troubleshooting tips. He recently blogged about viewing ghost hardware after P2V, and also provided a link to an ESX 3.x command guide. He also has a central location for VMware download links. Congratulations, Barry, on being our blogger of the week!
This week’s featured blogger is Scott Herold of VMGuru. Scott is a lead virtualization architect and co-author of two books on VMware.
His blog, VMGuru, covers all topics related to VMware and virtualization. He recently wrote about Virtualization EcoShell and released a video of his related pitch at VMworld 2009. You can visit Scott on his blog here:
Congratulations, Scott, on being our blogger of the week!
This week’s featured blogger is Christofer Hoff of “Rational Survivability”. Hoff blogs mostly about information centricity and risk management, but he’s also a fan of virtualization and cloud computing, and has recently been writing about cloud infrastructure and security. His wry sense of humor makes his posts enjoyable reads, and it’s immediately apparent that Hoff not only knows how to captivate his audience, but he knows his stuff. You can visit Hoff’s blog here:
Congratulations, Christofer, on being our Featured IT Blogger of the Week!
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This week’s featured blogger is Jesse Gilleland of 50Micron.com. Jesse is referred to as the “SAN God” among his friends, and his blog encompasses all there is to discuss about storage. Having been a storage pro at EMC, he knows a little bit about the industry, and has recently covered topic including EMC Atmos, third-party replication appliances, and Clariion and Symmetrix products. If you’re into enterprise storage, Jesse’s blog is definitely one to add to your repertoire.
This week’s featured blog is the Windows Virtualization Team Blog. In a time when technology is moving so fast, sometimes it pays to head straight to the source. On the Microsoft Virtualization Product Group’s team blog, you can stay abreast of the latest developments related to enterprise desktop virtualization, management tools, Hyper-V, and any other Microsoft virtualization products. The other nice thing about the blog — you are getting viewpoints from not only the managers, but the developers and testers as well.
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You’ve probably had your leg pulled more times than you can count today, right? Yes, it is April 1st again (and I was sorely tempted to post an April Fools’ Day whopper here myself) but what I’m about to say is indeed the truth. We have another free book chapter for you!
We recently started a new blog to offer our readers a chance to download free chapters from some of the most popular enterprise IT and development books on the market. That’s right, it’s absolutely free and not an April Fools’ Day prank.
Each week, you’ll find a fresh chapter on the IT Bookworm Blog – along with a list of hand-selected IT resources to complement the topic of the chapter. Below are four chapters for your reading pleasure. So be sure to visit today and download your chapter.
Take care – and watch your back today!
Chapter 7 – Configuring the Hub Transport Role
Source: Professional Windows PowerShell for Exchange Server 2007 by Wrox
Chapter 4 – Booting and configuring a Xen Host
Source: Professional Xen Virtualization by Wrox
Chapter 3 – How to retrieve data with the SQL SELECT statement
Source: Murach’s SQL Server 2008 for Developers by Mike Murach & Associates
Chapter 2 – How to use Oracle SQL Developer and other tools
Source: Murach’s Oracle SQL and PL/SQL by Mike Murach & Associates