Is there a cost effective way to use virtualization to test functionality over different OS?
wstark 2 years ago
We have one guy assigned to check the function/reliability of new applications when accessed by users on different operating systems. I would like for him to use one machine to do the testing, don't want to spend significant money, and want the testing to be done fairly quickly. Is there a cost effective way to use virtualization to achieve these goals?
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