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likes of VMware lab manager:

desired feature list:

  • Self-Service: rapid-delpoy-VMs

  • configuration management: clone, snapshot VM

good to have:

  1. hypervisor agnostic
  2. storage lease
  3. user access - role based
  4. cap on resources
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closed as not constructive by joeqwerty, Sven, Scott Pack, Iain, mailq Nov 2 '11 at 21:51

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I wonder if you could use something like openstack to handle this?

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