This is an open invitation for guest bloggers. Typically I would like to have a vExpert or VCDX submit a good quality blog post that we all can learn from. My whole idea for creating this blog in the first place was to help others gain the knowledge they need, or the news they wanted to hear. If you are a virtualization blogger, or someone with a wealth of VMware knowledge that would like to have a post of your published here at, I would love to have you. I have lined up my first vExpert, who just so happens to be a VCP and a VCDX, to create a the first guest blog post on my site. Who is it going to be? Check back and find out, his post will come very soon and you won’t want to miss it. If you would like to be a guest blogger, please follow the following guidelines for submitting your blog post to me:

    1. It must be a post related to VMware or the virtualization field as a whole.

    2. No restriction on word count, but make sure to keep it precise and pertinent.

    3. No SPAM!

    4. You will need to submit your post to me in a word doc, or as an html file. I will review it and if there are any changes to be made, you will be consulted prior to changing anything.

    5. Submit your post to my email address (click the link on the “about” page), along with your full name and your blog or website, a short bio to be posted on my guest blogger page.

    6. Repeat step 3

You will be given an entry with your bio and blog links on my guest blogger page, and I will make sure to tweet your post and send some followers your way (if you are a twitterer? tweeter? twit?). Look forward to the flood of good, solid posts that are sure to come from the sea of amazing and highly knowledgeable bloggers that are out there. If you have any more questions, please contact me. Happy blogging!


Greg W Stuart
Greg is the owner and editor of He's been a VMware vExpert every year since 2011. Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 kids. He works as a Sr. Consultant at VMware and resides in Northern Virginia, 15 minutes west of Washington DC.

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