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Almost 6 years ago
VMware has a virtual viewer, its been there for years.. it used to be an appliance now its an app on google \ iOS. I use it, so you have access.
Almost 6 years ago
IT *IS* free there is a completely free version of Hyper-V.. available. KVM is horrible, VMware workstation or Oracle Virtual box would be MUCH better.. virt-manager is just a bad manager of virtual machines. Also Hyper-V storage can use whatever Windows can use, so…
Almost 6 years ago
Different is right but having a 'fat' client means more support and work for VMware, would rather than concentrate on hosting than client software. A Web site means that Linux, MAC and non-windows based shops can use the client as well.. Making people use windows to…
Almost 6 years ago
There are 2 types, Type 1 and Type 2. The only type 1 hyper visors are ESX and Hyper-V that is
Almost 6 years ago
-You can't be serious? Virtual Box is a typical "let's start a VM on my desktop" product, but far away from enterprise virtualization -, Yeah spoken like someone that has a very rudimentary understanding of hyper-visors.. There are 2 types, Type 1 and Type 2. The only…
Almost 6 years ago
>>You can't be serious? Virtual Box is a typical "let's start a VM on my desktop" product, but far away from enterprise virtualization
Almost 6 years ago
Elaborated on the management functionality, it's way ahead of Hyper-V or Virt manager for XEN\KVM, it's not a perfect solution but better than pretty much everything else.
Almost 6 years ago
>>Although It Could Improve On The Heterogeneous Management Of Disparate Hypervisors<< Care to elaborate? I know its not perfect, but its way ahead of Hyper-V and Virt manager for KVM\XEN..
Almost 6 years ago
I prefer virtual box myself. Workstation is not free, corporate environments technically are supposed to BUY a license. Recently I installed Workstation, it has a memory leak. After a few hours running 1 VM, my OS started thrashing and I saw the pagefile was growing…
Almost 6 years ago
Sorry but I have been doing VM administration for 10 years almost, and KVM is not as mature as Hyper-V, VMware Workstation or Virtual Box. Virtualbox is Oracle, KVM is community supported, it's very generic.. For one KVM, in contrast, doesn't have any official…
Almost 6 years ago
What's wrong with VirtualBox? KVM \ Xen are a bit more complicated, less user friendly and way behind in 3rd party support
Almost 6 years ago
OK again, Backup is NOT included, it's an ADD ON, it's only available for Entperrise Plus license and higher, so it's not available with every product of vSphere certainly not integrated. And if you say VDPA (formerly VDR) is a "decent" product you must not have much…
Almost 6 years ago
Not only what Andrew says, which is correct, but NO product includes a backup feature.. phones, MS Hyper-V, Windows, Linux.. nothing has a backup function built-in.. it's not part of ANY system inclusive.. Should be be a part of any solution given that backup is a pure…

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Windows Administration, Server Configuration, VM Ware Archtect. Remote Active Directory Management, LAN Administration. SQL Administration / Configuration

Linux Administration. Redhat, SUSE, Ubuntu.
File Systems, Webmin, Networking, NFS Exports
Oracle Client, JBoss, Webmethods, JAVA client installs

Past experience over 20 years Intel x86 hardware, working with Windows, various server platforms on Dell. Vizioncore vCharter, PerfectDisk, Diskeeper.

Virtual Box, VM Ware Worksation \ Player

Windows 2000 Migration / Upgrade. AD migration. Convert Physical to Virtual platform.

Linux VM install \ configuration Redhat 5.x

a VM Ware vExpert, Certified Windows Professional, MSDN