2018 – what a year. Besides being the busiest year in my career for a long time, I have had alot of fun doing it!
During 2018 I have used most of my time trying to tame the (in lack of better words) ‘beast’ that Microsoft cloud is. I have spent noumerous hours deep diving in to Azure and Microsoft partner portals REST APIs. As well as developing new services for my employer.
Besides maintaining this blog as my personal libary of technical documentation. Another goal is to provide good content back to the community I’m a part of.
In 2016 I decided to try more ways of contributing to the communtity. One of the things was to contribute to open source, and another was to present at various events.
2018 turned out to be the year for presentations.
- Nordic Infrastructure conference
- Azure User Group Norway
- SquaredUp for hosting expert panel at Microsoft Ignite
- Approved Consulting for hosting SCOM Day
- SquaredUp for monitoring panel at Experts Live Europe
- Microsoft Tech Summit Oslo
I would like to thank each and every one that came to my presentations, and to the organisers for your trust and opportunity.
For those interested. The last year I have written 17 posts – thats not enough, hopefully I can produce some more written content next year.
In total 14.500 users have visited adatum.no. This results of 23.000 page views. Thats an increase of 55% in unique users since last year. Great!
The most popular post is actually about SCOM REST API Interfaces with a total of 1200 views. Second best performing post is Creating Azure AD Application registration using Powershell with just over 1100 views.
Twitter is by far the social with the most referrers, but most traffic is generated by organic search.
The prospect of 2019 looks busy! I’m confident that community will be a priorty, but I might need to cut back on presentations.
2019 is the year where Microsoft brings Azure to Norway with two regions. I am really looking forward to working with customers making the correct choises on their journey to public cloud. This is going to be a lot of work and great fun, but we should still be pragmatic to the choices we make.
Thanks for following. Merry christmas!