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VirtualBox is a powerful virtualization product for enterprise as well as home use. It is an extremely feature rich, high performance product targeted towards enterprise customers. It is available for free as Open Source Software under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2.
VirtualBox runs on Linux, Macintosh, Windows, and Solaris hosts. It supports a large number of guest operating systems including DOS/Windows3.x, Solaris and OpenSolaris, Linux (2.4, 2.6, 3.x and 4.x), OS/2, Windows (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10), and open BSD.
VirtualBox has an ever growing list of supported guest operating systems and platforms it runs on and is being actively developed with frequent releases. VirtualBox is backed by a dedicated company where everyone is encouraged to contribute while Oracle ensures that the product always meets professional quality criteria.
VMware vCenter Server allows you to automate and deliver a virtual infrastructure with confidence by providing a centralized platform for managing your VMware vSphere environments. vCenter Server can be deployed quickly and easily using host profiles or a Linux-based virtual appliance. Your entire vSphere infrastructure can be administered from a single location. Resources can be allocated and optimized for maximum efficiency with vCenter Server. With vCenter server you get powerful tools that simplify management and extend your control.
Manage the essential functions of vSphere from any browser with HTML 5 based vSphere client that offers more responsiveness and usability than ever before. You can assign customer roles to users, provision new virtual machines at the click of a button or search vCenter inventory.
vCenter allows you to manage up to 1,000 hosts and 10,000 virtual machines with a single vCenter Server instance and up to 30,000 virtual machines across ten vCenter Server instances using Linked Mode. You can use vSphere HA and DRS clusters to support up to 64 hosts and 8,000 virtual machines.