Saturday, October 24, 2009

Sun VirtualBox

At a Glance

* Enterprise-class open source virtualization from the desktop to the server
* Handles massive workloads of up to 32 vCPUs
* Share and publish appliances with other virtualization platforms
* Runs multiple operating systems at once on one PC
* Enables cross-platform, multi-tier applications
* Supports the Solaris OS, OpenSolaris, Windows, Macintosh OS X, and Linux
* Provides remote access to guest virtual machines from anywhere
* Supports virtual server environments
* Protects hardware investment

See All Features
What's New

* Sun Microsystems Unveils VirtualBox 3.0 with Powerful New Server Virtualization Features
* Take Windows 7 for a Spin with VirtualBox
Computerworld's Vaughan-Nichols recommends fast and flexible VirtualBox for trying Windows 7 before deploying.
* Illuminata Research Report: Sun's Virtualization Strategies
Spotlights Sun's virtualization strategy and, in particular, VirtualBox and Sun virtualization software.
* Blueprint: Optimizing the desktop using Sun VirtualBox
Intro to Sun VirtualBox. Easily enable multiple virtual machines (VMs) on one desktop and access other operating systems in a native OS environment.

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