/>
X

Sun xVM VirtualBox 1.6 and VMWare 2.0 Server

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

|
|
Topic: CXO
201852.jpg
1 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Sun xVM VirtualBox is a cross-platform host-based virtualization product that is a free download and runs on Linux, Windows, Mac and Solaris.

201853.jpg
2 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201854.jpg
3 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201855.jpg
4 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201856.jpg
5 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201857.jpg
6 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201858.jpg
7 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201859.jpg
8 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201861.jpg
9 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201862.jpg
10 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

Creating a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox is as easy as just following a few wizard prompts.

201863.jpg
11 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201866.jpg
12 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201867.jpg
13 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201868.jpg
14 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201869.jpg
15 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201870.jpg
16 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201871.jpg
17 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201872.jpg
18 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201873.jpg
19 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201874.jpg
20 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201875.jpg
21 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201876.jpg
22 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201877.jpg
23 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201878.jpg
24 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201879.jpg
25 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201880.jpg
26 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201881.jpg
27 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201882.jpg
28 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201929.jpg
29 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201930.jpg
30 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

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.

201979.jpg
31 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

VMWare Virtual Infrastructure Web Interface (Windows) with Remote Console

202231.jpg
32 of 32 Jason Perlow/ZDNet

VirtualBox 1.6 GUI on Windows XP, Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04 in virtual window.

Related Galleries

Digital transformation, IT spending, Windows 11, ransomware, and more: Tech research roundup
Serious male executive looking at laptop

Related Galleries

Digital transformation, IT spending, Windows 11, ransomware, and more: Tech research roundup

10 Photos
Tech budgets, digital transformation, cybersecurity dangers, iPhone sales, and more: ZDNet's research roundup
Pensive male thinking over problem solution working on laptop

Related Galleries

Tech budgets, digital transformation, cybersecurity dangers, iPhone sales, and more: ZDNet's research roundup

8 Photos
Tech skills, programming languages, PC sales, and more: Tech research roundup
Pensive male thinking over problem solution working on laptop

Related Galleries

Tech skills, programming languages, PC sales, and more: Tech research roundup

8 Photos
Popular programming languages, mobile apps, and PC sales growth: Tech research roundup
Businessman working at his desk

Related Galleries

Popular programming languages, mobile apps, and PC sales growth: Tech research roundup

9 Photos
Chromebook shipments, cloud spending, data quality concerns, and more: Tech research roundup
Millennial casual businessman thinking and looking at laptop in office

Related Galleries

Chromebook shipments, cloud spending, data quality concerns, and more: Tech research roundup

7 Photos
Global chip shortages, 5G concerns, SMB digitisation plans, and more: Tech research roundup
Young businessman working on his laptop

Related Galleries

Global chip shortages, 5G concerns, SMB digitisation plans, and more: Tech research roundup

10 Photos
IT spending, cybersecurity concerns, cloud computing, and more: Tech research roundup
Businessman working at his desk

Related Galleries

IT spending, cybersecurity concerns, cloud computing, and more: Tech research roundup

10 Photos