Friday Oct 30, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review

Get a quick recap of Sun in the news this week in the short segment below as Chhandomay Mandal and Maijaliisa Burkert review Amazon's new cloud storage offering based on MySQL open-source software, the 100 million download milestone OpenOffice.org hit this week, the announced availability of Sun investor proxy materials, and the new 3.0.10 maintenance release of VirtualBox.

Wednesday Apr 08, 2009

VirtualBox 2.2 Available Now!

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VirtualBox 2.2 includes some significant performance enhancements and feature updates. You can get all the details here.

One of the most significant new features is support for the new Open Virtualization Format (OVF) standard, which enables users to build virtual machines or appliances and effortlessly export them from a development environment and import them into a production environment.

Watch this replay of the VirtualBox Live Show, to get up to speed on the new features of VirtualBox 2.2 and see a demo.

Listen to this Sun News Radio Segment with Sun Senior Product Manager, Andy Hall as he gives host Chhandomay Mandal an update about what's new with VirtualBox 2.2.



With 11 million downloads worldwide, 3.5 million registrations since October 2007 and more than 25,000 downloads a day VirtualBox continues to grow in popularity. Download it here. A mere 50 megabytes, VirtualBox software is incredibly compact and efficient and installs in less than five minutes.



Tuesday Feb 17, 2009

VirtualBox Wins Product of the Year

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Image courtesy of LinuxQuestions.org

It is official, the ballots have been cast and the votes are in -- VirtualBox has been selected as the Virtualization Product of the Year in the 2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards. 

Give it a try! Download a pre-built version that is available for personal use here or here or get the open source code here.

About Sun xVM VirtualBox
Sun xVM VirtualBox is a high performance, free and open source desktop virtualization software that offers the latest must-have features for developers and enterprise users. xVM VirtualBox software lets users create "virtual machines" into which they can install their operating system (OS) of choice. As a result, users can access their favorite software using any OS and developers can easily build, test and run cross-platform, multi-tier applications on a single laptop or desktop computer. xVM VirtualBox software is the first major open source hypervisor to support the most popular host OSes, including Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris and OpenSolaris.

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