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2014/11/29 - Version 0.0.8 is now out! Bug fixes, improved stability and an update checker! See the Release Annoucement for update notes and changelog.


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:

See the Getting Started chapter of the User Manual for a more in-depth presentation.

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.