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Java Code Geeks: Download VirtualBox Guide and More
Oracle VM VirtualBox is a free and open-source hypervisor for x86 computers from Oracle Corporation. VirtualBox may be installed on a number of host operating systems, including: Linux, OS X, Windows, Solaris, and OpenSolaris. There are also ports to FreeBSD and Genode.
In this guide, we provide a compilation of VirtualBox tutorials that will help you get started with this virtualization platform. We cover a wide range of topics, from installing the software and performing a basic configuration, to cloning, exporting, importing, and removing virtual machines. With our straightforward tutorials, you will be able to get your own Virtual Machines up and running in minimum time.
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We are quickly moving away from thinking about a "one operating system per one server" model to one that says "how many operating systems can we place on a single server?" This single but monumental change in datacenter design can be very difficult for sysadmins to grasp. Today, we are experiencing one of the greatest paradigm shifts that computing has seen yet: virtualization, discover the 10 things systems administrators need to know.
Learn how to inexpensively setup a simulated lab environment using the latest version of VMware. This paper will discuss how to inexpensively setup a simulated lab environment using VMware (the latest version). It is broken down into three major sections; the first and most detailed is about the hardware required, the second is about the VMware Workstation configuration, and the third is about installing vSphere (ESXi) 6.0 and Virtual Center (VC).
Almost everyone has a powerful machine at home, but not everyone can afford to buy 2 whiteboxes or small servers PLUS a NAS box which does shared hosting. And then you still need a 4th box to access all this. You can see an XP virtual machine being protected by Fault Tolerance. This VM is running "inside" of a virtualized ESXi 5.1 host. Youâ??ll be able to test vMotion and High Availability as well. Those are the enterprise class features of VMware vSphere.
One of the most important steps in mastering a new technology is learning the associated terminology or vocabulary. In the IT field, this can be a very challenging step, as much of the terminology is often used inconsistently. This white paper defines the terminology associated with IT virtualization. It is mainly vendor-agnostic, but it does provide some vendor-specific terms, product names, and feature names used by VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft.
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