- VMware Converter 3.0.1
- VMware Server 1.0.3
- VMware Workstation 5.5.4
- VMware ACE 1.0.3
- VMware Player 1.0.4
ここまできたらWindows Server Virtualizationに集中すれば？とも思うんですが、取り急ぎの戦いもあるわけでそうもいかないのでしょう。
- Intel VT, AMD-Vのサポート
- VHDマウント用CL ToolおよびAPIの用意
- Volume Shadow Copy対応
- Linux VMにおけるSCSI修正
■ [Xen]Xen Enterprise 3.2
VMware Fusion Beta 3 has been released. New features include Boot Camp support (release notes). VMware Consolidated Backup 1.0.2 is now available, and includes support for Windows Server 2003 R2 on the proxy server (release notes). For questions and comments on both products, please visit the VMTN Forums.
* Greatly improved performance — By popular demand, you can now disable debugging code to experience the full power and performance that VMware Fusion offers for running your favorite PC applications.
* Support for Boot Camp — VMware Fusion automatically detects your Boot Camp partition, so you can now run a Windows XP virtual machine from your existing Boot Camp partition. You no longer have to choose Windows or Mac: you can now run Windows side-by-side with your favorite Mac applications. Note: For this Beta 3 release, Windows Vista is not supported; only Windows XP is supported.
* Windows Easy Install — You want to run Windows applications, but you don't want to become a guru just to install Windows. VMware Fusion has you covered; just answer a few simple questions, insert your Windows CD and let VMware Fusion take care of the rest and automatically create the optimal Windows virtual machine for your Mac, including the installation of VMware Tools.
* Enhanced virtual machine creation — The entire virtual machine creation process has been streamlined, and the new Windows Easy Install feature makes creating a virtual machine even easier than before. The New Virtual Machine Assistant remembers the location you choose for future virtual machine creation.
* Enhanced virtual machine library — Managing multiple virtual machines is even easier with the Virtual Machine Library. Add new virtual machines by just dragging them into the Library, reorder virtual machines with drag and drop, and use the delete key on the Keyboard to remove virtual machines from the library. Open a Virtual Machine without powering it on, using the new Settings button, which opens a virtual machine directly to the Hardware Editor.
* Host-Only Networking — Host-Only networking creates a network that is completely contained within your Mac, with a network connection between the virtual machine and your Mac. Use host-only networking to set up an isolated virtual network.
* Improved suspend/shutdown state — When a virtual machine is suspended, VMware Fusion shows a screenshot of the last known state of the virtual machine and a friendly play button so you can get up and running again quickly.
* Improved international support — European and Japanese Apple keyboards now work properly in virtual machines.
* VCB can now ignore any inactive paths to a SAN LUN. Previous releases of VCB required you to deactivate all inactive paths showing up on the VCB proxy or the backup process could fail. With VCB version 1.0.2, this step is no longer required. Please see http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2195414 for more information.
* A bug has been fixed that prevented VCB from reporting an error when using the “browse-end” script for several third-party backup software solutions. With the fix, if you specify a wrong backup job name or enter any illegal arguments with the “browse-end” script, an error is reported.