VMware vSphere Hypervisor is a free bare-metal hypervisor that virtualizes servers, so you can consolidate your applications on less hardware.
Create and provision your virtual machines easily and within minutes.
Overallocate your storage resources beyond the actual capacity of the physical storage.
Overcommit memory resources and perform page sharing and compression to optimize performance of memory resources.
Ensure optimal performance for vSphere Hypervisor through partnerships with independent hardware vendors.
Technical and business resources for VMware vCloud Connector offer information on purchasing, installation, configuration and more.
Install VMware vSphere Hypervisor on your own or with guided help. Then create your own virtual machines.
You can easily install vSphere Hypervisor on your own or with some guided help. If you’re looking for a do-it-yourself approach, just download the installer, accept the end-user license agreement and select which local drive you want to install it on.
Once you’ve installed vSphere Hypervisor, there are three ways to create virtual machines.
Once you’ve installed or imported your virtual machines, you’ll need to configure them. This Getting Started demo will walk you through the process.
Moving up to a paid vSphere lets you further optimize your IT infrastructure. You'll be able to: