Virtual Computer is annoying to create desktop virtualization easier to have centralized managing with distributed implementation so you can install hundreds if not thousands of VMs. The disparity is that VMs running on endpoint tools, and reduces the expenses and infrastructure needs. NxTop platform, as it is known, has its individual bare-metal hypervisor which is on the desktop also it manage different VMs.
The latest version 4 has more than 50 developments. The most prominent is a centralized option for storage, where vehicle manufacturers must remain inside the data center and boot storage array as a regular VDI solution, but without a dedicated network and die VDI storage. Also it implements the solution in either vSphere or Citrix Xen, in addition to its support for Hyper-V. There are policies added to support controlled access to ports and controls faster access to Windows with simplified sign-on and user management. Using your solution, you can also create large collections of shared equipment for training classes, for example.
NxTop's VM collection is actually stored as virtual hard disks with the same format as used Microsoft Hyper-V. This makes it easier to convert VMware VMDK disk images to your collection. Virtual Computer has always had the ability to block users if a computer is stolen and also a function of remote control kill switch for added protection. The next time you see a stolen laptop to the Internet, is the hard disk will be erased.
Virtual Computer will show the latest version on the VMworld show in Las Vegas this week. The price is $ 160 per machine, plus $ 40 annual maintenance fee.