(Gawkwire) – VKernel, a subsidiary of Quest Software and the award-winning provider of enterprise-class performance and capacity management products for virtualized data centers and cloud environments, announced today the company’s virtualization industry podcast series, VKernel.TV, ranked as a top ten Favorite Podcast in the vSphere-Land 2012 Top Blog Results (http://vsphere-land.com/news/top-blog-2012-results.html). Recently announced, the 2012 Top Blog Results is an annual ranking of the top worldwide VMware and virtualization blogs and podcasts.
With thousands of subscriptions, views, and downloads from YouTube, iTunes, and vkernel.com (http://www.vkernel.com/podcasts), the VKernel.TV series successfully placed in the top of the podcast division. VKernel.TV aims to enhance knowledge of the virtualization industry by broadcasting interviews with thought leaders, Virtualization Gurus and vExperts on a broad spectrum of topics and best practices.
The most viewed/downloaded VKernel.TV podcasts in the past include:
Self-Learning Analytics with Eric Jackson
VMGuru.nl at the Dutch VMUG
VM Memory Sizing Considerations with Brad Bonn
Joining VKernel on the list is Quest’s Scott Herold, who placed in the top 50 virtualization blogs with VM Guru.
“For our first year with the podcast, it’s great to be included on a list of so many influential bloggers and thought leaders in virtualization,” stated Bryan Semple, CMO of VKernel and co-host of the podcast. “Part of our mission at VKernel is to share knowledge of best virtualization practices with VM admins and we’re glad to see our content has so quickly made an impact.”
VKernel, an independent subsidiary of Quest Software (NASDAQ: QSFT), is the number one provider of virtualization management products for virtualized data centers and cloud environments. The company’s powerful, easy-to-use and affordable products simplify the complex and critical tasks of planning, monitoring and predicting capacity utilization and bottlenecks. Used by over 50,000 system administrators, the products have proven their ability to maximize capacity utilization, reduce virtualization costs and improve application performance.