Hyperbox is an open-source Java client-server software that manages your virtualized infrastructure across your different hypervisors.
It aims to provide a free alternative to commercial products like VMware vCenter/ESXi and Citrix XenCenter/XenServer.
It is primarly used with Virtualbox, its favorite hypervisor backend, but is designed with a modular architecture in mind and could use any hypervisor providing a Java API.
On top of all the Virtualbox function abilities, it aims to provide a manageable environment with the following main features:
The software has now reached public beta releases. Not all the features are implemented yet but will be when version 1.0 is released.
Hyperbox is mainly aimed for Debian-based & Redhat-based systems (but should work on pretty much any Linux-based system with some tweaking) and Windows starting from 2003/XP (earlier versions not tested). We aim to support a full range of OS by the time version 1.0 is reached.
Current version is 0.0.8, released under GPLv3 License.