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January 30, 2009  9:31 PM

VMware Workstation vs. Sun VirtualBox: Workstation wins

Posted by: Texiwill
Blue Gears, Edward Haletky, Sun, Texiwill, USB, VirtualBox, VMware, VMware Workstation, Workstation

Sun VirtualBox is not quite a newcomer to the virtualization arena but it is definitely newer than VMware Workstation, and since it is free it is gaining quite a bit of...

November 20, 2008  9:00 PM

Handy VMware guest compatibility documentation

Posted by: Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover, Virtual machine security, Virtualization, VMware, VMware ESX, VMWare Server 2.0, VMware Workstation

The planning steps are incredibly important for a successful configuration of any VMware implementation, regardless of shape and size. One specific area you should consider while planning is supported guest operating system configuration limitations. VMware frequently updates the

October 17, 2008  1:49 PM

Starting a VMware Server virtual machine with vmrun

Posted by: Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover, Virtualization, VMware, VMware Workstation

Having a virtual machine or series of virtual machines start up from a script or remote command can be a time saver, especially when compared with logging into the Web interface. VMware Server 2 and prior versions offer the vmrun command for six major tasks that you can perform on a virtual...

September 12, 2008  7:28 PM

What’s that noise? Predictions for VMworld 2008

Posted by: Rich Brambley
Rich Brambley, VMware Desktop Infrastructure, VMware ESX, VMware Workstation, VMworld 2008

By Monday morning, the buzz surrounding the world’s largest virtualization conference, VMworld 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada, should be so deafening that it will make you virtually insane. The pun was intended. The topics on news, finance, technical analysis and blog sites will be overflowing with...

August 18, 2008  8:06 PM

Speaking of VMware license expirations – Workstation 6.5 development

Posted by: Rich Brambley
Rich Brambley, Virtualization, VMware Workstation

While the topic of VMware licenses expiring is fresh on everyone's minds, the VMware Workstation 6.5 development process is an example of how product expirations are normally used to ensure customers are working from the latest supported product builds.


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