Definition of VMware workstation and it’s features
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VMware released its first software product, called VMware Workstation, in May 1999. In 2001, they entered the server market by releasing VMware GSX Server and VMware ESX Server. In April 2011, VMware entered the cloud computing market by releasing Cloud Foundry, an open-source platform-as-a-service software system. This cloud computing system was designed to support applications built on Java, Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, and others, as well as provide support for MySQL, MongoDB, and other database platforms.
VMware Workstation is a virtual machine software that is used for x86 and x86-64 computers to run multiple operating systems over a single physical host computer. Each virtual machine can run a single instance of any operating system (Microsoft, Linux, etc.) simultaneously. VMware Workstation strongly supports hardware compatibility and works as a bridge between the host and virtual machine for all kinds of hardware resources including hard disks, USB devices, and CD-ROMs. All device drivers are installed via the host machine.
Some important and new features are-
1) Windows 10 Creators Update
2) Guest operating systems support
3) Security Features impairment
4) VMware Hardware Version 14
5) Advanced Networking
6) Native OVF support