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To manage my all virtual machines, I have purchased VMWare infrastructure but one thing I need eagerly is having:

  • status of machine,
  • a list of installed software and
  • disk usage

for each virtual machines. Status (Running/Stop etc.) is provided by VMWare but not a list of installed software. Some of my VMs are windows and some of are Linux too. I can develop applications but don’t know how to get these details from each Virtual machine.

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@nutsch: Thank you for the nice editing and representation...... – Ravi Joshi Oct 5 '12 at 20:42

This sounds like IT Assets Management. I've used a bunch of "Enterprise" versions. IE expen$ive. But I've heard good things about Spiceworks.

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