Centralized virtualization management enhancing IT efficiency
QNAP Virtualization Station enables virtualized desktop operations on the Turbo NAS for managing multiple virtual machines. With the easy-to-use interface, you can centrally manage all virtual machines created on the Turbo NAS with least efforts.
Operate different OS platforms on browsers
You can use the web-based user interface of QTS to run Virtualization Station with extreme flexibility and convenience. Besides computers, you can also use tablet devices to operate multiple virtual machines of various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and UNIX run on the Virtualization Station.
Bandwidth-saving and secure to access NAS data
When accessing data on the Turbo NAS through the virtual machines on the Virtualization Station, you can enjoy the secure data transmission and bandwidth saving, as the data is not transmitted via physical network cables.
Easy Installation in App Center
The Virtualization Station can be easily installed with one click in the QTS App Center, no IT expertise required at all. Those who already have Virtualization Station-ready Turbo NAS models only need to upgrade the RAM and adjust BIOS settings to enjoy the convenient use of Virtualization Station.
Download more VMs in VM Markets
The VM markets of providers such as VMware and BitNami offer various VMs for you to download on demand and import them to Turbo NAS to use directly without any complex procedure. VMs created on the Turbo NAS can also be exported to be used elsewhere.
- TS-x70 series: 470, 670 & 870
- TS-x70U series: 870U & 1270U
- TS-x79 series: 879 & 1079
- TS-x79U series: 879U, 1279U & 1679U
- SS-x79U series: 1279U, 1879U & 2479U
- QNAP Virtualization Station is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT).
- Using Virtualization Station, one can run multiple virtual machines running unmodified Linux or Windows images.
- Each virtual machine has private virtualized hardware: a network card, disk, graphics adapter, etc.
- High Performance Virtualization Technology:
- Support for 8 vCPUs, 4TB Virtual Disks and 32GB of RAM.
- Support up to 6 virtual bridge interfaces.
- Support Most Production Operating Systems As Below:
- Windows XP SP3
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7 / 8
- Windows Server 2003 R2
- Windows Server 2008
- Windows Server 2008 R2
- Windows Server 2012
- CentOS 6.4
- openSUSE 12
- Sun Solaris 10 / 11
- SUSE Linux Enterprise 11
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
- Fedora 16 and above
- Ubuntu 10.04 and above
- Easy To Import VM from Virtual Appliances (Support Format):
- OVF / OVA (exported from VMWare Workstation 8 and above & VirtualBox 4 and above)
- VMX (generated by VMWare Workstation 8 and above).
- QVM (generated by QNAP Virtualization Station).
- Export VM into a virtual appliance in OVF / QVM format:
- Export to QVM format with compressed function to reduce the image size.
- Export to OVF format for VMWare Workstation 8 and above & VirtualBox 4 and above.
- Clone VM - Quick Make A Copy of VM:
- Clone wizard – help to create a complete copy of the original virtual machine.
- Snapshot Feature:
- Save the current status of virtual machine for later use.
- The state includes the virtual machine’s power state - powered-on / powered-off.
- The saved data includes all configurations such as disks, memory, virtual network interface cards and other devices.
- Support Multiple Remote Consoles:
- Web Interfaces - HTML 5 or Standard mode.
- RDP Server - standard Remote Desktop Protocol.
- Customize Options for Virtual Machines:
- Adjust CPU / Memory.
- Multiple HDDs & Network Adaptors.
- Auto Start / Startup Delay.
- QTS SMB need >= 4.0.5
- Need enable Intel Virtualization Technology of BIOS on QNAP Turbo NAS
- Recommended total memory capacity >= 4GB
Virtualization Station [x86_64] 1.1.2088 b0702
With the easy-to-use interface, you can centrally manage all virtual machines created on the QNAP...