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ALSO CALLED: Appliance, VMware Appliances
DEFINITION: What is a virtual appliance? A virtual appliance is a virtual machine image file consisting of a preconfigured operating system environment and a single application. The purpose of a virtual appliance is to simplify delivery and operation of the application. To this end, only necessary operating system components are included. Deploying an application as a virtual appliance eliminates problems with  … 
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Symantec Web Gateway 5.0 Trialware
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Posted: 10 Jul 2012 | Premiered: 10 Jul 2012

Symantec Corporation

Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2. Virtual Appliance
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: Download your free trial of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution for Virtual Appliance, an integrated suite of management functions to improve the configuration, administration, monitoring, and troubleshooting of your network.
Posted: 02 Jul 2012 | Premiered: 15 Feb 2012

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Download Citrix NetScaler VPX Express for Free!
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SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD: Now you can get the ultimate Web app delivery solution in a flexible, dynamic and cost effective virtual appliance with Citrix® NetScaler® VPX. Simply download the NetScaler VPX Express edition, then deploy it across your existing infrastructure - anywhere, anytime, anyhow you need it.
Posted: 26 Oct 2009 | Premiered: 25 Oct 2009

Citrix
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VIRTUAL APPLIANCE DEFINITION (continued): …  installation and configuration, such as software or driver compatibility issues. Users can simply download a single file and run the application. Resources required for maintenance are also reduced. Developers can include a Web interface for custom configurations or delivering patches and updates. A virtual appliance is often deployed as a subset of a virtual machine running on virtualization technology, such as VMware Workstation. Virtual appliances have proven useful in deploying network applications.They are also helpful in grid computing, where they can solve the problem introduced by … 
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