Compare Oracle VDI vs. VMware Player

Oracle VDI is ranked 20th in Virtual Desktop while VMware Player which is ranked 12th in Virtual Desktop. Oracle VDI is rated 0, while VMware Player is rated 0. On the other hand, Oracle VDI is most compared with XenDesktop, VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon View, whereas VMware Player is most compared with VMware Horizon View, VMware Workstation and Parallels Desktop.
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Overview
Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure offers a complete solution for managing and providing access to virtualized desktop environments hosted in the datacenter. Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure enables organizations to simplify administration, reduce operating costs, increase the utilization of existing IT assets, and boost security by moving from a traditional desktop environment to a virtual desktop architecture.

VMware Player, or VMware Player Plus, is described by VMware as the easiest way to run a virtual machine on Windows or Linux PCs in a commercial environment. If you want to deliver a managed desktop to your employees, customers, students, contractors, or partners, then this virtual desktop solution is the way to go.

VMware Player provides the most advanced virtualization platform available, which is capable of supporting even extremely demanding applications. Even though the platform is so advanced, the user interface is simple and easy-to-use.

There is seamless integration with Windows XP and Windows XP applications even if the machine itself is a Windows 7 PC, a Windows 8 PC, or even Linux-based. It also gives your IT person the capability of restricting the virtual machines by requiring runtime passwords, adding an expiration date, blocking USB devices, or encrypting the machines. By using VMware vCenter Converter, VMware Player can even convert old machines into virtual machines without you needing to re-configure or re-install any applications.

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