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Microsoft MVP 2017-2018

Microsoft MVP 2017-2018 Cloud and Datacenter Management

I am proud to announce that I got the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in the category Cloud and Datacenter Management for another year

This is the 6th year in a row since 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 since my first Microsoft MVP Award. The Microsoft MVP Award is not only a huge honor for the community work I did in the past year, with it’s great opportunities, it also adds a lot of benefits to my work. Especially being able to join the Microsoft MVP Summit in Redmond, where we have the chance to meet the Microsoft Product Groups and talk about products and solutions. It also gives me the chance to travel, speak at different conferences and visit different places and meet people all over the world.

Of course there are a lot of people I have to thank, but I want to keep the list as short as possible. I would like to thank my employer itnetX which is supporting me in the best possible way year over year, my current and former colleagues, the Microsoft MVP community and of course Microsoft employees in Redmond and all over the world. I also have to thank my understandable girlfriend for her help, because it sometimes it needs a lot of time and energy.

Get more information about the Microsoft MVP award: Microsoft MVP Award Website



CDM UM Logo

The Birth of the Cloud and Datacenter Management Group

Finally I have time to write about this. We invested a couple of hours in 2013 and at the beginning of 2014. We are proud to officially launch the Cloud and Datacenter Management User Group short CDM.UG. The user group is focused on Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter technologies based on Windows Server, System Center, Hyper-V and Windows Azure. The goal of such a community is to bring Cloud technology enthusiasts together to share knowledge and learn from each other. The Cloud and Datacenter Management User Group offers several ways to spread the words and share knowledge, from local event over to online Lync sessions over to the our community platform in Yammer.

CDM.UG will start taking free registrations in a couple of minutes. Becoming a member of the Could and Datacenter Management User Group is easy, just go and the CDM.UG website and register for free. After you have registered you will get an invite to the closed Yammer group.

At this point I have to thank Marcel Zehner and Stefan Roth which are working on this community project and of course the community itself, with all the people and great minds out there, which share their knowledge day after day. Another thanks goes to Microsoft Switzerland, without their support such a project would not really be possible.