Sun xVM VirtualBox 1.6 and VMWare 2.0 Server

Sun xVM VirtualBox 1.6 and VMWare 2.0 Server

Summary: The two latest and greatest free commercial host-based virtualization products from Sun and VMWare

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  • VMWare's approach with Server 2.0 is is a significant departure from version 1.0 and VirtualBox, in that everything is managed using a browser.

  • VMWare's approach with Server 2.0 is is a significant departure from version 1.0 and VirtualBox, in that everything is managed using a browser.

  • VMWare's approach with Server 2.0 is is a significant departure from version 1.0 and VirtualBox, in that everything is managed using a browser.

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Topics: CXO, VMware, Virtualization, Storage, Servers, Oracle, Open Source, Linux, Hardware, Windows

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