Citrix Hypervisor is a comprehensive server virtualization platform with enterprise-class features built in to easily handle different workload types, mixed operating systems and storage or networking configurations. For the most demanding app, and desktop virtualization use cases, its industry-leading scalability and performance under load, can cater to the largest Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops deployments. IT gets the benefit of features unique to Citrix Hypervisor, such as enhanced virtualized graphics with NVIDIA and Intel, and enhanced workload security with Direct Inspect APIs, all of which reduce virtual infrastructure costs and complexity.
UCS Virtual Machine Manager (UVMM) is an easy-to-use and powerful administration tool for KVM. It virtualizes Microsoft Windows, Univention Corporate Server (UCS) and other Linux distributions by centrally providing all the functions for creating and managing virtual instances and hard drives on physical servers.
It is included in UCS by default, an Enterprise Linux distribution with an integrated management system and is operated directly via UCS's web-based management console. Administrators benefit from the uncomplicated, standardized administration of physical servers and virtual instances running on them as well as the ready-to-use, preconfigured configuration profiles.
Overview of important functions: Virtualization of Microsoft Windows, UCS and other Linux distros; High degree of flexibility with virtualization technology KVM thanks to standardized virtualization interface Libvirt; Next to local virtualization servers, UVMM also manages cloud computing environments based on OpenStack or Amazon EC2. This allows the out-of-the-box setup of hybrid cloud scenarios with UCS. It also supports Virtual Private Clouds on AWS. Comprehensive functions for the creation and central administration of virtual instances and hard drives, such as the starting, stopping, pausing, deleting, migrating and cloning of virtual systems; Integral, standardized administration interface for the virtualization technology KVM; Status overviews for physical servers and virtual instances at a glance: the administrator receives an overview of the resource utilization of the physical servers and the available virtual instances on them (CPU and memory utilization); Quick set-up of new virtual instances using pre-configured, adaptable profiles; Central administration of hard drive images; Migration of running and stopped virtual instances from one physical server to another; Central administration of clustered servers; Support of paravirtualization for more efficient hardware utilization.
Danube Cloud is a cloud management software used for deploying, maintaining and automating cloud data centers and their processes.
The project aims to simplify the whole server virtualization environment by automating all the repetitive tasks for the system administrator.
Danube Cloud includes hardware and container virtualization and unique network and storage features. It also integrates a sophisticated monitoring system and other tools like DNS and IP address management. Danube Cloud includes features for multi-tenant environments, e.g., it can easily host server farms for multiple customers. It can use KVM and Bhyve Virtualization, and it is possible to easy convert from one type to the other. It has Instant VM snapshots and Integrated incremental VM backups. Furthermore, it has extensive and updated documentation.
Paragon Virtualization Manager™ 14 Professional is an elegant solution that can help you accomplish the following tasks:
- Transfer your live Windows (or one of its backups) to a virtual environment (P2V). Microsoft Virtual PC, VMware Workstation, VMware Fusion, or Oracle VirtualBox are supported.
- Transfer your virtual Windows back to a physical environment (V2P)
- Migrate your Windows from one virtual environment to another (V2V)
- Connect a virtual disk as if it’s an ordinary physical disk, thus opening up all functionality available for physical disks to virtual
- Make OS start up after unsuccessful migration with 3rd party tools
KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It consists of a loadable kernel module, kvm.ko, that provides the core virtualization infrastructure and a processor specific module, kvm-intel.ko or kvm-amd.ko. KVM also requires a modified QEMU although work is underway to get the required changes upstream.
Using KVM, one can run multiple virtual machines running unmodified Linux or Windows images. Each virtual machine has private virtualized hardware: a network card, disk, graphics adapter, etc.
The kernel component of KVM is included in mainline Linux, as of 2.6.20.
KVM is open source software.
Google Search is the most popular search engine on the Internet. Google can search for webpages, images, videos, news, and various other forms of media.
Aptoide is a distributed marketplace for mobile applications which runs on the Android operating system. In Aptoide, unlike the default Google Play Store, there is not a unique and centralized store but each user manages their own store.
Currently, there are several versions of the Aptoide app: Aptoide Mobile and Aptoide Lite for smartphones and tablets, Aptoide TV - an edition for smart TVs and STBs, and Aptoide Kids - developed for children devices. Recently, Aptoide launched a VR App Store.
Aptoide also provides B2B solutions, allowing its partners to manage their own app store in an autonomous and customized way.
The Android application used to access the stores is open source, and there are several forks such as F-Droid. The communication between the client and servers is done using an open protocol based on XML.
The concept is inspired by the APT packaging manager, which can work with multiple sources (repositories). When the user wants a package, they use the client to search for sources where the application is stored.
The name Aptoide is formed from the words "APT" (the Debian package manager) and "oide" (the last syllable of "Android").
The Aptoide platform is available in over 40 languages, having reached more than 97 million users in 2015 and 2.8 billion downloads. In the various stores it is possible to find over 700.000 Android apps.
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Bing (formerly Live Search, Windows Live Search, and MSN Search) is the current web search engine (advertised as a "decision engine") from Microsoft.
Bing is a search engine that finds and organizes the answers you need so you can make faster, more informed decisions.
Notable changes include the listing of search suggestions in real time as queries are entered and a list of related searches (called "Explorer pane" on the left side of search results) based on semantic technology from Powerset, which Microsoft purchased in 2008. Bing also includes the ability to Save & Share search histories via Windows Live SkyDrive, Facebook and email.