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webPDF as virtual machine (VM) – ready to go in minutes

webPDF is ready to go in five minutes as a virtual machine for running on VMware, Xenserver or VirtualBox.

In addition to its normal installation on Windows or Linux, webPDF can also be provided as a virtual machine (VM). Based on 64-bit Debian Linux, this VM is available in open virtualization format (OVF).

This means you’ll only need a few minutes to deploy webPDF on most hypervisor systems, such as VMware, Xenserver or VirtualBox. What’s more, webPDF can be easily integrated into your current system architecture and be ready for you to use without having to do a lot of configuring.

The webPDF VM integrates itself within your corporate network via DHCP and can be adapted to your needs through console access (e.g. using SSH). You’ll get 100% access to the virtual machine to administer and customize it as you see fit. WebPDF’s web services, or portal, are available in only a few minutes once you deploy the VM.

For testing, development or production

The webPDF VM provides a quick and simple way of testing webPDF. It only takes a few minutes to deploy it on a hypervisor without having to modify any existing systems, manually install software, or even use a test server.

Need a test environment for development purposes? That’s done easily enough using the webPDF VM. Just use the local hypervisor on the development device – whether VMware Workstation or VirtualBox – where you can deploy the most-current version, or multiple versions, in no time at all and without having to directly install anything.

webPDF can easily be used as a "live" system. Within minutes this VM will be ready for action in your company’s virtualized environment. You’ll enjoy full access to the VM and be able to adapt and customize the system and resources to meet your needs. You can also integrate the VM within other systems, such as IBM Domino, Microsoft Exchange/SharePoint and SAP.