Top Ten TRIRIGAFEEDIA posts of November 2016


Yes, it’s that time again! In November 2016, TRIRIGAFEEDIA earned 5812 views from 1695 visitors. This top ten represented 6.4% or 370 of these views, which was the highest “spike” for any set of top-ten posts in TRIRIGAFEEDIA history! Again, there was a lot of activity with certification training, process diagrams, WebSphere errors, and UX lessons. Interestingly, except for a few shifts, the top-ten countries didn’t leave the top-ten. So, here were the top-ten posts of November 2016!

Rank Post Hits
1 How do you earn a professional TRIRIGA certification? 61
2 Why do you see “Max connections reached” errors in WebSphere? 51
3 Where can you find the IBM TRIRIGA process flow diagrams? 49
4 *UX Lessons 48
5 What are the TRIRIGA training paths to certification? 39
6 Who are some CAFM, CMMS, EAM, & IWMS competitors of IBM TRIRIGA? 27
7 What exactly is TRIRIGA UX? 26
8 What is the IBM TRIRIGA UX Framework? 26
9 What does the TRIRIGA scheduler engine do and how is it used? 23
10 Introducing the TRIRIGA integration options 20
*Technically, a page, not a dated post. But worth ranking.

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Rank (Previous) Country Hits (%)
1 (1)  United States 2682 (46.1%)
2 (2)  India 1257 (21.6%)
3 (3)  Canada 297 (5.1%)
4 (4)  Russia 240 (4.1%)
5 (5)  United Kingdom 156 (2.7%)
6 (8)  Australia 110 (1.9%)
7 (6)  Argentina 103 (1.8%)
8 (7)  Germany 78 (1.3%)
9 (9)  Hong Kong SAR China 65 (1.1%)
10 (10)  Brazil 52 (0.9%)

[Admin: This post appeared first on TRIRIGAFEEDIA. This post is related to the 11.01.16 post about the top-ten posts of October 2016.]

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