VMware needs feedback from SRM (Site Recovery Manager) customers. The SRM product team is asking that customers take a 15 minute survey about their deployments. In return, the first 1000 to participate will receive a free PDF copy of Mike Laverick’s SRM 4.0 book, and VMware will donate $10 to charity. Laverick indicated in an email the chosen charity is UNICEF.
Here’s the VMware Communities: Survey for SRM customers – please … original post from May 27:
Hello SRM users,
The VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM) product team is looking for product feedback on SRM deployments. If you have purchased SRM, we would like to hear from you. Your participation will be very valuable to us and the information you provide will be used to improve the SRM product going forward.
You can provide your feedback by completing the survey
The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes and will expire on June 10, 2010. Please note that this survey is for SRM customers only.
Upon completion of the survey, if you are among the 1st 1000 respondents, VMware will donate $10 per response to charity. You will also receive a link to download the electronic copy of Mike Laverick’s book "Administering VMware Site Recovery Manager 4.0" upon completion of the survey.
We appreciate you taking the time to provide us with your valuable feedback.
The VMware SRM Team
Check out Laverick’s post on this survey as well:
Eric Siebert is asking the community to vote for their favorite Top 5 VMware Blogs. From the post Here’s your chance to pick the top VMware blogs:
“I have a hard time picking the top blogs from the many great ones that are out there. I initially started with a top 10 and recently expanded it to the top 20 as more and more blogs have started. In this post I outline my blog selection criteria for the top 20 and it’s no easy task for me to pick them and rate them in order. Well here’s the chance for you to pick the top 5 of my top 20 blog list using this new survey form that I created. You can pick from the current top 20 which you can see on my vLaunchpad,or choose other and add one that is not on the list. The survey will be open for 2 weeks, afterwords I’ll announce the results and update my vLaunchpad accordingly.”
Siebert’s list has evolved to the unofficial, official rankings over time. So show your love for VM /ETC by voting.
Take the survey here.