21 Feb 2013

DOWNLOAD: List of Supported Business Applications on the VMware Platform

The following download contains a list of Supported Business Applications on the VMware Platform, directly sourced from the VMware website.

WARNING: By downloading the following file(s), you agree to the following statement(s):This data is provided free of charge with no warranty provided. The use of the data is at your own risk. The author or distributor of this download cannot be held liable for any loss or damages as a result of using the data. All data contained within this download has been sourced directly from the Business Applications on the VMware Platform Website (http://vmware-alliances.force.com/supportedapps/) using an automated script and the integrity of the data it contains cannot be guaranteed. All data is subject to change without notice and should only be used as an initial reference. Always confirm application support with the relevant application vendor(s). The format of data contained in this download has not been approved or funded in any way shape or form by any software vendor, reseller or partner, including VMware, Inc.

Please note that currently the tool only supports Microsoft Excel. Formatting might not show up correctly with other applications.

 

Download the latest available Supported Business Applications list here

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