Happy New Year to all private cloud architecture fans. OK, so I’m a little late with that. The private cloud architecture blog has been on hiatus for the last couple of months due to unforeseen and someforeseen reasons. The good news is that the blog drought is over and this year is going to be a banner year for the Private Cloud Architecture blog.
Two big pieces of news to start off the year:
- The Private Cloud Solution Hub has been rebooted and includes new and refreshed content. Make sure to check out the Private Cloud Solution Hub at least once a week.
- We completed the beta version of the A Solution for Private Cloud Security this week and it’s now posted on the TechNet wiki with downloadable beta docs in the TechNet Gallery. I’ll write a separate post on this important work, as it fills a serious knowledge gap in our industry
In the coming weeks we’ll feature some interesting content on what’s happening in the private cloud, so make sure to subscribe to our RSS feed!
Finally, I want to make clear that the Private Cloud Architecture blog is a community effort. So if you have something you want to say about private cloud architecture, let me know and I’ll post your content to the blog. A diverse collection of ideas and opinions is what will make this blog topical, relevant and authoritative.