During a speech he made at the VMworld show in Las Vegas today, VMware CTO Stephen Herrod said plans to bring the VirtualCenter client onto iPhone and other operating systems were under way. Currently, the client only runs on Windows PCs, but should soon be available for the iPhone, Linux and Mac OS as well.
At the same time, Herrod also said that the company is planning to launch a renamed VirtualCenter Management Server next year, called VCenter, as an updated version of the control node for VirtualCenter and a “virtual appliance” that runs on Linux.
It looks like the company is only beginning to develop its version of the VirtualCenter client for iPhone just now, since all it managed to show of the said product was a slide photo of the new interface. But it will surely be made available as soon as they finish.
Via PC World
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