VMware Workstation v8.0.3 (Windows / Linux)
VMware Workstation v8.0.3 (Windows/Linux)
Team: EMBRACE | OS : Windows/Linux | 410 MB + 334 MB + 315 MB
VMwareWorkstation - The program is designed for workstations, enables acomputer to emulate a standalone working environment of the operatingsystem and work with him as with the conventional system. Using thismethod you can install different operating systems and applications forthem, go online and engage in daily tasks, but with somewhat slowerspeeds. The benefit of this method is the ability to test varioussoftware under various operating systems, without adversely harm thecurrent system, installed on my main computer, as well as some testhardware solutions. It can make life easier for developers tosignificantly cross-platform applications and lovers to work with thenew OS.
VMware Player - a software only to run virtual machinesready (created in VMware Workstation, or VMware Server). VMware Playeralso works with virtual machines created by GSX Server and applications,ESX Server, Microsoft VirtualPC and Symantec LiveState Recovery. Freesolution with a limited, compared to VMware Workstation, functional.
VMwareVIX API - a library for writing scripts and programs under Dev. Thefollowing support systems and programming languages. More informationyou will find information in your doc, which is installed with theprogram. Supports Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and above, Linux(kernel 2.4.x and above). Supports programs written in C, Perl, VisualBasic, VBscript, C #.
VMware ACE Administration Server - enablesIT-administrators to centrally monitor and manage thousands of VMwareACE desktops and followed standard policies from a single console. Cusing this component you can manage access rights and security policies,centrally applied to the workstations, through the mechanism of VRM(Virtual Rights Management) to secure access to virtual environmentsfrom anywhere, to control the connection of devices to virtual machines(USB-devices, printers, or CD / DVD-drives), to manage policies obsoletevirtual machines, which can be activated at a certain time.