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I'm using VirtualBox on my Windows 7 personal PC for open-source OS environment testing.

Today, a friend show me his Vmware vSphere Client where he can manage the same Virtualbox thing but under server-client manner.

I just think it would be lovely if there's a such similar tool to work with Virtualbox - multiple user share the same set of virtual machines

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VMWare vSphere Client is for managing VM Nodes (virtual-machines) using VMWare ESXi and variants. You can not compare VMWare vSphere Client or VMWare ESXi to Oracle's VirtualBox.

You can compare VMWare Workstation with Oracle VirtualBox.

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I'm newbie to virualization technology. Thanks for updating my knowledge – Nam G VU Jun 9 '12 at 16:24
What is Oracle's product should I compare with VMWare ESXi? – Nam G VU Jun 9 '12 at 16:26
Oracle has none I guess to compare with. But VMWare ESXi has some alternates you can find in xen virtualization which is open source product from Citrix. – Dharmavir Jun 9 '12 at 17:27
Thank you! I'll try Xen from Citrix – Nam G VU Jun 10 '12 at 18:09

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