We're Hiring! Wanted: VMware and Microsoft System Center Bloggers
Earlier this year, I wrote about how we’re continuing to invest in how-to technical content by building out our pool of authors and increasing our posting frequency. Since my last post on the topic we’ve hired Aidan Finn and Russell Smith, who both cover the Microsoft Windows Server Platform for us. Now we’re looking for two more bloggers to add to the Petri IT Knowledgebase editorial team, and this time we’re looking for VMware and Microsoft System Center experts. Read on for more details on the new positions and what we’re looking for.
Are you an IT professional who has extensive, hands-on experience with VMware’s product family? Can you recite the differences between VMware vCloud 5.0 and vCloud 5.1 in your sleep? And do you know – at a glance – what the acronyms VCHS, VCAP, VCLI, CBRC, SDDC, and S2 stand for?
Do you also like to write – perhaps you have your own blog, or you’ve had technical articles published before – and you’re active on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, G+, and LinkedIn? If so, we’d like to talk to you.
The VMware Blogger will post news analysis, opinion, and both short- and long-form technical how-to content about VMware’s product families, as well as provide regular tips and suggestions to help readers get the most out of VMware’s enterprise virtualization products. This position will focus on VMware deployment, management, optimization and security topics. Applicants should also be well versed and knowledgeable about using VMware products in mixed-vendor environments, including Windows Server and Linux environments. Apply for the VMware Blogger position.
Microsoft System Center / Windows Intune Blogger
Are you an IT professional who has extensive experience with Microsoft System Center, Virtual Machine Manager, Configuration Manager, Operations Manager, and other Microsoft management platforms and tools like Windows Intune? Do you know the differences between the various versions of the System Center product family? Do you know what the acronyms SCCM, SCOM, SCVMM mean at a glance? Do you also like to write and are active on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, G+, and LinkedIn? If so, we’d like to talk to you.
The Microsoft System Center / Windows Intune Blogger will post about the latest news and analysis of Microsoft’s System Center and Windows Intune product families, as well as provide regular tips and suggestions to help readers get the most out of those platforms. Apply for the Microsoft System Center / Windows Intune Blogger position.