Web hosting software provider SWsoft announced on Wednesday that it has released the beta version of Parallels Server.
The solution is designed to run on any x86 or 64-bit server running Windows, Linux or Mac OS X via Parallels lightweight hypervisor mode or bare-metal mode and is ideal for users who require maximum performance and virtual machine isolation.
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The software supports any combination of more than 50 different guest operating systems running simultaneously in isolated virtual machines including Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Red Hat Linux, SUSE Enterprise Linux and Sun Solaris and is an ideal server consolidation tool that can substantially reduce hardware expenditures and operating costs and simplify back-end IT management, says the company.
Customers running Parallels Server on Apple Xserves also have the option of running Mac OS X Leopard Server in a virtual machine. SWsoft is currently accepting registrations for new beta testers for the software.
"Hundreds of thousands of customers are using Parallels virtualization software in their businesses and homes to get the most out of their Windows, Mac and Linux desktop computers and applications," says Serguei Beloussov, CEO of SWsoft.
"Launching the Parallels Server beta is a key milestone in delivering on our vision of 'Optimized Computing' for servers and desktops across heterogeneous platforms."
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