VMware empowers the digital workspace by championing server virtualization through vSphere, network virtualization through NSX, and desktop virtualization through Horizon. These allow for independence from physical infrastructure while maintaining graphics experience and personalization, supporting real-time collaboration through flexible cloud options, and improving security and management of apps and data through centralization.
Microsoft Hyper-V offers flexible virtualization features in the computing environment, disaster recovery and back-up, optimization, portability, remote connectivity, and security. This hypervisor-based technology offers a hand in private cloud management, virtual desktop infrastructure, efficiency, and continuity.
Red Hat KVM
Red Hat KVM allows for virtualization with its very own Red Hat Enterprise Linux which expands its potential as a hypervisor through enhancement of features, flexibility, hardware support, scalability, resource control, and simplification of process management. There are two kinds: a standard version that can run up to four isolated VMs on one host, and an advanced version for enterprise management.