Retiring from NetApp technical blogging
Those that view this site regularly, I apologise for the lack of updates. About 2 years ago I significantly moved roles, I moved into much more of an architects role and started engaging at a higher level with my customers. This means I’m really not as hands on with NetApp technology as I used to be. I’ve noticed this more as I’ve been designing new NetApp technology and I have to lean on our skilled consultants more to help with the technical detail. I really hope that the information on this website still serves as a great reference for people and that it continues to have great success, but I’m afraid I won’t be able to commit any new content here.
As my role has changed, I’ve decided to re-invent my online presence, so this isn’t the end of my social networking involvement! You can still find me on Twitter @ckranz and I have started a new blog with more relevance to what I’m doing now. As I am now a Solutions Architect, involved in cloud designs, high level strategies and general thoughts, it seems fair that I continue share my experiences.
Please visit my new blog at: outofthis.net/work for continued stories and thoughts from me. I certainly haven’t hung up my NetApp hat just yet, but I don’t feel I can help the community with my technical expertise and knowledge any more.
If you are interested in being a guest blogger on WAFL to share your NetApp skills and experiences, please get in contact. This has become a popular website and it’d be great to see fresh new content on it again.