VirtualBox is a type-2 hypervisor based virtualization software for x86-based hardware. It allows users to create guest virtual machines of different operating systems on top of the host operating system. VirtualBox can virtualize guest […]



Docker is an operating system-level virtualization platform that allows devops and system admins to build, package, distribute and run applications within lightweight container abstraction. Docker relies on libcontainer interfaces to leverage Linux kernel’s virtualization […]


VMware Player

VMware Player is a closed-source virtualization software whose binary installer is distributed by VMware. VMware Player can be used free of charge for personal non-commercial use, while a commercial license (also known as “VMware […]



KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a hardware virtualization hypervisor, primarily for x86-based processor architecture. KVM allows one to run on a single physical host multiple virtual machines (VMs) with unmodified guest operating systems such […]