Timeline of virtualization development

Note: This timeline is missing data for important historical systems, including: Atlas Computer (Manchester), GE 645, Burroughs B5000wikipedia
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X86 virtualization

Intel VT-xAMD-VVT-x
On February 8, 1999, VMware introduced the first x86 virtualization product, VMware Virtual Platform, based on earlier research by its founders at Stanford University.

Atlas (computer)

AtlasAtlas ComputerFerranti Atlas
Note: This timeline is missing data for important historical systems, including: Atlas Computer (Manchester), GE 645, Burroughs B5000

GE 645

645
Note: This timeline is missing data for important historical systems, including: Atlas Computer (Manchester), GE 645, Burroughs B5000

Burroughs large systems

Burroughs B5000B5000B5500
Note: This timeline is missing data for important historical systems, including: Atlas Computer (Manchester), GE 645, Burroughs B5000

Cambridge Scientific Center

IBM's Cambridge Scientific CenterIBM Cambridge Scientific Center
In the mid-1960s, IBM's Cambridge Scientific Center developed CP-40, the first version of CP/CMS.

IBM CP-40

CP-40CP-40/CMS
In the mid-1960s, IBM's Cambridge Scientific Center developed CP-40, the first version of CP/CMS. Experience on the CP-40 project provided input to the development of the IBM System/360-67, announced in 1965 (along with its ill-starred operating system, TSS/360).

Thomas J. Watson Research Center

IBM Thomas J. Watson Research CenterIBM T.J. Watson Research CenterIBM Watson Research Center

IBM System/360 Model 67

IBM System/360-67System/360 Model 67Model 67
Experience on the CP-40 project provided input to the development of the IBM System/360-67, announced in 1965 (along with its ill-starred operating system, TSS/360).

CP/CMS

CP-40 CP[-67]/CMSCMS
In the mid-1960s, IBM's Cambridge Scientific Center developed CP-40, the first version of CP/CMS. CP/CMS was made generally available to IBM customers in source code form, as part of the unsupported IBM Type-III Library, in 1968. By the mid-1970s, CP/CMS, VM, and the maverick VP/CSS were running on a numerous large IBM mainframes.

IBM Type-III Library

IBM-LibraType-III software
CP/CMS was made generally available to IBM customers in source code form, as part of the unsupported IBM Type-III Library, in 1968.

VP/CSS

By the mid-1970s, CP/CMS, VM, and the maverick VP/CSS were running on a numerous large IBM mainframes.

IBM System/370

System/370S/370IBM/370
IBM announced the System/370 in 1970.

VM (operating system)

VM/CMSVMVM/370
In 1972, IBM changed direction, announcing that the option would be made available on all S/370 models, and also announcing several virtual storage operating systems, including VM/370.

AT&T

AT&T Inc.Southwestern Bell CorporationAT&T Latin America