Alternatives to QEMU
VirtualBox is a free and open-source hosted hypervisor for x86 virtualization, developed by Oracle. The software is used to create virtual machines that can be used for testing, and building software in virtually contained environments. VirtualBox is available for on macOS, Linux. Windows, Solaris and OpenSolaris.
With Parallels Desktop you can run several other operating systems on your PC simultaneously. The software provides hardware virtualization for Macintosh computers with Intel processors. With ongoing support for DirectX and OpenGL, many popular games and game engines are supported within Parallels Desktop allowing people using make to make use of Microsoft Windows related products.
With CrossOver you can run Microsoft Windows software on Linux, macOS, and Chrome OS. CrossOver creates a Microsoft Windows compatibility layer making it possible to run games and software only available for Windows. CrossOver is developed by CodeWeavers and based on free and open-source compatibility layer Wine.
OpenStack is an IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and cloud computing platform developed by the OpenStack Foundation. The project was first started in 2010 as a joint venture by Rackspace Hosting and NASA. OpenStack both free and open-source and allows you to create public or private clouds with distributed virtual servers. The OpenStack dashboard can be used by administrators of the cloud to empower user, provision resources and track the overall health of the network and infrastructure.
Windows Sandbox is a virtual machine application that lets you quickly spin up a virtual clean OS imaged from your system's current state so that you can test programs or files in a secure environment that's isolated from your main system.
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List Last Updated:
09/02/2021 (3 months ago)