VMware Shares Experimental Projects on New Web Site

VMware Shares Experimental Projects on New Web Site

At the new VMWare Labs Web site a “fling” is a project in development that’s available for a “brief casual relationship” with users.

Sexual innuendo aside, the site does offer some potentially useful tools. They include VMware Guest Console, which manages guest operating systems installed on a virtual machine; Apache Pivot, a platform for building rich Internet applications in Java; Dynamic RIO, a runtime code manipulation system; Onyx, a stand-alone app that serves as a proxy between VMware’s vSphere Client and vCenter Server; and vCMA, which lets users manage and monitor VMware virtual resources from mobile phones.

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