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Sep 23 2010   8:59AM GMT

The Future of SRM – Comment Competition

MikeLaverick MikeLaverick Profile: MikeLaverick

This weeks comment competition concerns VMware’s Site Recovery Manager…

So this weeks competition is to win a VMworld 2010 Virtual Roads; Actual Cloud T-Shirt (Size Medium. It’s the only size I got, and its my personal shirt from VMworld – don’t worry it’s unworn!). You can see what the t-shirts is like because a fellow twitterer –Matt Brauchler (@mattbrauchler) sent me a picture of him and his son modeling the said t-shirt.

(See I give away the shirt not from my back!), and the other thing that’s included in this weeks comment competition is a copy of  the rather excellent “Mastering vSphere 4″ by Scott Lowe. The competition closes on Wednesday, 29th Sept

So here’s the subject of this weeks comment competition:

Some months ago I was asked by the SRM Team to put together some thoughts about SRM. This I duly did – on the flight from London to San Francisco… I’d been a little tardy in putting my thoughts down, but somehow being trapped on a snake infested plane at 37K Feet helped crystallize my thoughts. Just before writing, I wrote a blogpost asking for thoughts, ideas and attitudes from the people who read this blog…

That’s right. I got precisely ONE response. Needless to say I was a little bit disappointed. Anyway, I’m still interested in what you think – and I thought perhaps a comment competition might inspire you!

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