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19 Apr 2016 Oracle Updates VirtualBox 5.0.18 [51847]
InternetNews, April 19th, 2016

"Full-disclosure I'm both a fan and an everyday user of VirtualBox and have been for many years. Simply put, as an easy-to-use desktop virtualization tool, it works without much hassle, setup or prior knowledge.

The new VirtualBox 5.0.18 update isn't a major milestone like the 5.x update, but it does have all kinds of incremental fixes that make VirtualBox work better. There is one particular that is an interesting security related flaw..."
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09 Feb 2016 VMware Enables Industry's Fastest Easiest and Most Affordable Application and Desktop Delivery With VMware Horizon 7 and VMware Horizon Air [49836]
VMWare, February 9th, 2016

VMware, Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and business mobility, announced new advancements in VMware Horizon, the industry-leading digital workspace solution for delivering and managing virtual applications and desktops. VMware Horizon will deliver unparalleled speed in delivering personalized virtual applications and desktops, while offering cloud economics and a new cloud-optimized display protocol.

A new hybrid-mode capability will be available in VMware Horizon Air to simplify application and desktop delivery by combining the benefits of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) and Virtual SAN Ready Nodes with a single, cloud-based plane to manage on-premises and cloud deployments. With these advancements, VMware Horizon will offer the industry's most comprehensive application and desktop virtualization portfolio with options for on-premises, off-premises or hybrid deployments.
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29 May 2015 Develop in VirtualBox and Deploy to Oracle VM Server [43012]
Friday Spotlight

Jeff writes, "Oracle has two widely used virtual machine technologies for x86: Oracle VM Server for x86 is oriented towards server applications, while Oracle VM VirtualBox is our popular desktop virtualization product. Each is designed for its target application: Oracle VM Server for x86 provides scale and performance for enterprise applications, while Oracle VM VirtualBox provides convenient and flexible desktop virtualization for end-users and developers.

VirtualBox makes it easy to share files between a host desktop or laptop and its VMs, so a programmer can develop code on the host and then test the software inside the VMs. A convenient use case is to develop a VM on VirtualBox, and then export it to Oracle VM Server for x86 where it can run in production. That leverages VirtualBox's graphic capability and ease of use for developer productivity with the ability to promote applications to the servers where they will run..."
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12 Mar 2015 VMware expands desktop virtualization to Linux [41377]
ComputerWorld, March 12, 2015

"VMware's VMware Horizon desktop virtualization software suite will soon deliver virtual Linux desktops over a network, in addition to the Microsoft Windows desktops it has long provided for remote workers.

The company has launched an early access program for customers to test a version of Horizon 6 that can package server-based Red Hat and Ubuntu Linux desktops so they can be accessed from remote computers and mobile devices..."
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06 Feb 2015 Oracle VM VirtualBox [40712]
Friday Spotlight

"Today's spotlight is on Oracle VM VirtualBox, world's most popular cross-platform virtualization software that enables you to run multiple operating systems on your Mac, PC, Linux, or Oracle Solaris machine. Millions of users are using VirtualBox to test, develop, and demonstrate a variety of software on any of their favorite operating systems on one machine.

VirtualBox shines for desktop virtualization, with features that enhance the end-user experience:.."
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