DEFINITION: Virtual machine software suite for x86 and x86-64 computers from VMware. This software suite allows users to set up multiple x86 and x86-64 virtual computers and to use one or more of these virtual machines simultaneously with the hosting operating system.
This resource discusses why modernization of the point-of-care desktop has become an urgent health IT priority. Inside, learn how the right virtualization architecture can give caregivers the information access and protection that they need.
Read this paper by Global Knowledge instructor, John Hales, to learn how to build a home lab for VMware vSphere for study. This paper is broken down into three major sections; the first and most detailed is about the hardware required, the second is about the Workstation configuration, and the third is about installing vSphere and Virtual Center.
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