VMware Server was a free program from VMware that has since been discontinued. It belonged to the class of virtualization software and permitted multi-platform usage on a single server. As a virtualizing program, it worked by splitting up a single server into several distinct machines—all of which were virtual. This meant maximized CPU usage for the physical server. Since it was freeware, the interface and controls for the program were designed specifically for ease of use and simplicity: it was essentially a virtualization product that the developers intended to be usable even for those who were trying it out as their first foray into enterprise virtualization.
The program came with enterprise-level support despite being freeware. It was also compatible with virtual devices that came from other VMware virtualization products or Virtual PC. It was capable of taking snapshots of virtual machines created or added to its system, and could go back to those snapshots (which were data points) at any time.
The original name of the program was said to be GSX Server. It has been succeeded by other virtualization programs from VMware since been discontinued.
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