Apple has apparently changed the licensing for OS X Server 10.5. However, client licensing is still restricted to one instance of the OS per physical machine. According to Parallels and VMware, Apple’s rewording of their EULA will allow them to update their respective products to run Leopard server inside a virtual machine. The ability to virtualize Apple’s server OS bodes well for further expansion of OS X in the enterprise market.
Leopard Server Virtualization on the Way
Submitted by Gary Driggs 2007-11-03 macOS 5 Comments
Anyone know how the Xserve is doing? I really havn’t heard much about them for a very long time now.