Virtualbox—Establish virtual servers in easy way
TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products, including network attached storage (NAS) and direct attached storage (DAS), announces the availability of a new third-party App of Virtualbox. The Virtualbox is now available at the TOS Application suite for download.
Virtualbox is a powerful x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization product for enterprise as well as home use. Not only is VirtualBox an extremely feature rich, high performance product for enterprise customers, it is also the only professional solution that is freely available as Open Source Software under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2.
What can Virtualbox do?
1.Maximize takes advantage of sever resource:
Virtualbox can help user establish virtual servers in NAS products. Virtual severs create other servers to help computer maximize takes advantage of servers resource.
2.Tests computer virus:
Virtualbox creates a virtual and independent server for testing computer virus. Because of this feature, testing computer virus won’t make any impact on real computer server.
3.Be familiar with computer OS:
User can download different computer OS on virtual servers, which can help userto learn how to use computer OS familiarly.
4.Simulate experimental environment:
Virtualbox creates a virtual and independent server for simulatingexperiental environment. Because of this feature, simulating experiental environment won’t make any impact on real computer server.
VIRTUALBOX KEY FEATURES: （repost from：@geek-university）
- Free: Oracle VirtualBox if free and open source software.
- Portability: VirtualBox is a cross-platform Type 2 hypervisor, which means that a VM created on one host can easily run on another and, by using Open Virtualization Format (OVF), the guest VMs can be imported and exported when required.
- VM groups: VirtualBox provides a groups feature.This features enables the user to organize virtual machines individually as well as collectively. In general, operations such as start, close, pause, reset, save state, shutdown, power off, and so on can be applied to VM groups like individual VMs.
- Guest additions – these are the set of tools that are installed on the Guest OS to improve their performance and to provide additional integration and communication with the host system.
- Snapshots : VirtualBox proide the save snapshot feature of guest VM state information. You can go back in time and revert the virtual machine.
- Great hardware support: VirtualBox supports guest SMP, USB devices, full ACPI support, multiscreen resolution, built-in iSCSI support, and PXE network boot.