2009/12/29 Phillip Gawlowski <pg / thimian.com>:
> On 29.12.2009 14:25, Aldric Giacomoni wrote:
>
>> VMWare allows "teams" of virtual machines, which can be set up in their
>> own little network. It's something to think about, especially now that
>> VMWare Player is available for free and all.
>
> That's called "[host|internal] networking", and is pretty basic for
> virtualization.
>
> Also: Only VMWare Workstation allows creation of appliances, and I don't
> have the 500 bucks to spare.

Not true.  You can use VMWare Server which is free as well.
http://www.vmware.com/products/server/

> Also, VirtualBox is free, and available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.
> And it supports the open standard from VM description, so VMware should at
> least be able to import it, and I expect KVM and Xen are able to handel the
> format as well, if that should ever be necessary.

Good point.

Cheers

robert

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