Hi guys!

Can someone please share how virtualization happens in Solaris? Is it same like in Windows using VirtualBox or VMWare?

Hope you help me figure this out.
Thanks!

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Yes, it is the same concept. You can download and install vmware on Solaris, and then you can install any virtual machine as you do in windows.

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Yes, it is the same concept. You can download and install vmware on Solaris, and then you can install any virtual machine as you do in windows.

VirtualBox should also work with Solaris. If you have a VBox virtual machine image in Windows or Linux, you should be able to move it to Solaris without much difficulty. The best way is to export it from the current system, and import it into the new system, but if you are clever, you may not need to do that.

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