VMware Analysis FusionUnspecified8.457101
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May 16, 2017

VMware Analysis

Score 9 out of 101
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Overall Satisfaction with VMware Fusion

It is being used by the entire organization. Generally we use Macs, so we use it for a Windows environment for programs that require that.
  • Resume virtual machine state
  • Create virtual machines
  • Flexibility
  • Requires a fair amount of RAM to run constantly - I had to upgrade to 16GB
I actually think it's almost exactly the same as VirtualBox. VirtualBox I used for hosting a Linux distribution, and I think that there are inherently more problems to configuring a Linux distribution than there are to a Windows virtual machine, so mostly my issues were due to that. Coming from VirtualBox, I was able to set up VMWare perfectly to my specifications. VMWare does have better out of the box file sharing between operating systems though.
Emulating Windows is all that I use it for, and it does that seamlessly. Obviously there are slightly different functionalities between operating systems, but it is very intuitive. The setup can be done by people that have never set up a virtual machine before quite easily. I think there was one coworker complaining about its lack of multi-screen functionality though.

VMware Fusion Feature Ratings

Screen sharing
Not Rated
File transfer
Instant message
Not Rated
Secure remote access with Smart Card authentication
Not Rated
Access to sleeping/powered-off computers
Over-the-Internet remote session
Not Rated
Initiate remote control from mobile
Not Rated
Remote management of servers & workstations
Not Rated
Remote Active Directory® management
Not Rated
Centralized management dashboard
Not Rated
Session record
Not Rated
Monitoring and Alerts
Not Rated
Multi-platform remote control
Not Rated