This year, I’d like to do something I haven’t done since 2016. I like to take a minute to review what was successful on my blog and share it with my readers.
I need your help. I try to post something each month to keep the site fresh, but I’m struggling for useable content in this period where no new blade server products are being announced. If you have content or ideas that you’d like to see, please let me know via email, Twitter or comments below.
Thanks for your continued support.
If you are wondering what is new about BladesMadeSimple.com besides my recent announcement – the answer is the site’s look. Hopefully you will find the new look easier to navigate than the previous theme, but if you find any issues, please let me know at bladesmadesimple AT gmail.com.
Change is coming to BladesMadeSimple.com. I created this site out of my passion for the blade server technology in late 2009. Over the years, I have worked toward creating a site that can be a repository for blade server news and information. The site has been my hobby and I have put hours of effort into creating content without receiving a single penny from outside advertising (although I have been on several invitation-only blogger events.) One of the things I worked hard for was to be a neutral voice, not leaning toward any one hardware vendor, but that’s where the change is coming. Continue reading
This week HP has its annual event, called HP Discover, in Las Vegas. Previously this event was focused on hardware only and was called HP Tech Forum, but this year HP combined hardware and software into one uber event, called HP Discover. If you are familiar with VMware’s VMworld – this event is very similar, only it focuses on HP products. This is a great marketing event for HP but more importantly, it gives HP customers, partners and press insight into what’s happening with HP.