VMWare Academic Program


VMware and e-academy have partnered to deliver product licenses and eLearning under the VMware Global Education and Research Programs for Systems Engineering Department.

Learn more about the VMware | e-academy Inc. Partnership by going to the following URL: http://www.vmware.com/partners/programs/education/e-academy.html

VMWare is pleased to offer an eLMS (e-academy License Management System) Fusion WebStore for use in distributing products available for free. eLMS is a web-based management system which enables to make software available to students and faculty/staff. The use of eLMS for the management and distribution of software, licenses and eLearning is being made available to you by VMware and e-academy, at no cost!

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the VMware Academic Program (VMAP)?
The VMWare Academic Program (VMAP) is a comprehensive program designed specifically for the academic community. The program enables qualifying academic institutions worldwide to gain easy access to cutting edge virtualization technology and resources at no charge.

For further details, please visit the following link: http://www.vmware.com/partners/academic

Which products will my department be able to obtain through the VMWare Academic Program (VMAP)?
eLMS Fusion site offers the following products to faculty/staff and students:
 VMware Fusion (For Mac)
 VMware Workstation (For Linux)
 VMware Workstation (For windows)
 eLearning
 VMware ESX vSphere 4.0 Advanced (faculty and staff only)
 vCenter Server Standard (faculty and staff only)
 vCenter Server Lab Manager 4.0 (faculty and staff only)

Can I renew the licenses after the expiry of 12‐months?
Faculty and staff are eligible for renewals.  Students will not be able to renew, however, they may obtain
discounted licenses by visiting: http://www.vmware.com/vmwarestore/academicstore.html

How can students get access to VMAP site?
In order for students to gain a log-in to the VMAP site they must be enrolled in at least one credit hour of Systems Engineering courses. Anyone who believes that they are eligible to receive a log-in, but does not have one, can email Karthik Devarajan (kxdevarajan@ualr.edu) to request a log-in.

For more information, contact Karthik Devarajan at 501-916-3101 or kxdevarajan@ualr.edu