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- Fusion and Workstation, now feature a new security enhancement: Sandbox Renderer (SBR). The SBR runs the virtual graphics engine in a separate thread with reduced privilege. The feature makes Fusion and Workstation more secure out-of-the-box without sacrificing performance or quality, according to VMware.
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VMware Inc. today announced some forthcoming updates to its VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation desktop hypervisor products that will work with container-based applications running on Kubernetes.
VMware Workstation is a hosted hypervisor that makes it possible to run multiple computer operating systems as virtual machines on a Linux or Windows personal computer, while VMware Fusion enables the same for Intel-based Mac computers. They’re typically used by developers and other information technology professionals to build, test and demonstrate software and ensure it can run on a range of devices, platforms and cloud infrastructures.
Most developers these days are using Kubernetes to manage large numbers of software containers, which are used to host the components of modern applications. VMware said it wants to support Kubernetes on both Fusion and Workstation.
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“The latest enhancements to Fusion 12 and Workstation 16 will enable developers, as well as IT Pros and businesses alike, to not only simplify application building, but also seamlessly move into the testing and production stages with advanced management and protection,” said Lee Caswell, vice president of products at VMware’s Cloud Platform business unit.
The updates enable the use of VMware’s container engine command line interface, called vctl, to deploy Kubernetes clusters on virtual machines running on Fusion and Workstation. Those clusters can also support a tool called “kind” that runs local Kubernetes clusters using containers as nodes, VMware said.
Fusion and Workstation now also support connections to VMware vSphere 7 through EXXi and vCenter, which makes it possible to configure and operate VMs remotely and migrate containerized workloads between desktops and the data center.
Together, the updates make it possible to build containerized applications that can be fully supported on VMware vSphere 7, VMware Cloud Foundation 4 with Tanzu, or VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid clusters.
Besides the Kubernetes integrations, Fusion and Workstation also get a new sandbox rendering engine for increased security, support for USB 3.1 virtual devices, and support for external graphics processing units so resource-heavy compute processes can be offloaded to a more powerful, external GPU device.
VMware expects to release Fusion 12 Pro and Workstation 16 Pro are expected sometime during the third quarter.
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