For those who wish to test the new Windows 10 Technical Preview within a virtual machine, there are a number of virtual machine programs for you to choose from. One popular program is VMWare Player, the free alternative to VMWare Workstation, which allows you to install operating systems virtually.
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Due to Windows 10 Tech Preview is not officially supported by VMware Workstation 10, you may need to do some extra steps during the installation, but in general it works very smooth and definitely can help you to experience this future version of Windows from Microsoft.
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Since Windows 10 is a technical preview, Microsoft recommends that you avoid installing it on your primary system. Because VMware Fusion 7 provides an isolated environment, it’s an excellent choice to run the Windows 10 Technical Preview on a Mac.
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VMware Workstation 11 arrives this month with Windows 10 Tech Preview readiness and cloud connectivity with VMware vCloud Air integration. vCloud Air is a public cloud platform built on vSphere and compatible with on-premises datacenters includes infrastructure, disaster recovery, and various applications as service offerings.
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VMware is buying CloudVolumes, a provider of real-time Relevant Products/Services application delivery technology, for an undisclosed amount. CloudVolumes’ technology makes it possible for enterprises to deliver native applications to virtualized environments on demand, which fills a gap in VMware’s portfolio of software solutions. CloudVolumes customers use the solutions for terminal servers, desktops, and servers, eliminating lock-ins of service providers and hypervisors.
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VMware is no exception and today has launched the new VMware vCloud Air Network program, an evolution of their existing VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP).
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f you missed these two live Jump Start courses from the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA), you can still take advantage of the great complimentary training they offer by viewing the recorded versions: Introduction to Hyper-V Jump Start and Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals.
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VMWare have been specialising in server virtualisation since 2001. It has the largest market share especially in the enterprise market and therefore has a strong reputation for delivering virtualisation solutions. As it was the first company to make inroads in virtualisation it has over time built a large community and created partnerships with a wide range of technology companies. This is important as it ensures that there are a large number of hardware suppliers that ensure their products are compatible and also allows VMWare to make purpose built drivers for their hypervisor.
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