VMware Fusion 12 Pro for MAC
VMware Fusion: simple yet powerful virtual machines for Mac
With VMware Fusion, Mac users can run Windows and hundreds of other operating systems side-by-side with Mac applications without rebooting. Simple for consumers, Fusion delivers powerful features for IT professionals, developers and businesses.
VMware Fusion: simple but powerful
Run virtually any operating system on a Mac
Running Windows on a Mac is just the beginning. With VMware Fusion, you can choose from hundreds of supported operating systems-from lesser-known Linux distributions to the latest Windows 10 release that can run alongside the latest release of macOS.
Connect to VMware vSphere
Connect securely to vSphere, ESXi, and workstation servers to start, control, and manage both virtual machines (VMs) and physical hosts. The VMware common platform makes it easy to move VMs from vSphere datacenters to Mac desktops and then run them in Fusion.
Development and testing capabilities for any platform
Fusion makes it easy to test virtually any operating system and application on a Mac. Create and test applications in a sandbox while securely sharing local source files and folders. Fusion Pro now includes a RESTful API for integration with modern development tools such as Docker, Vagrant, Ansible, Chef, and more. As a result, VMware’s powerful capabilities are now available for today’s agile and DevOps-oriented production pipelines.
Design and Demo Complex Solutions
Solution architects can run an entire virtual cloud stack on a single Mac to demonstrate their entire software solution in real-time. They have secure rollback points that allow them to return to familiar configurations. Visualise the evolution of your software by running and demonstrating all its components on a single notebook.
- Premium Desktop Hypervisor: Run virtual machines, containers, and Kubernets clusters on your Mac
- Compatible with macOS Big Sur 11.0 for Intel and the latest Windows 10 releases
- Improved 3D graphics with DirectX 11 and 8 GB vGPU, now supports eGPU devices
- Connect to vSphere or ESXi hosts for remote workloads
- Change virtual networking topologies and simulate packet loss or latency