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free and Open Source platform based on VMware ESXi

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What is AutoVM?

AutoVM is an open-source platform based on the GPL license to manage virtual machines(VM) on VMware ESXi virtualization. It allows VPS providers to manage full automation of support and sales process. AutoVM platform is a good choice for hosting companies or VPS providers to increase their service and support quality.

With AutoVM you can assign unique panel for each user to make them fulfilled all about VPS Related.

This must be noticeable as AutoVM additional tools, except Automatic Monitoring you can give your billing managements to AutoVM! So you can give more-fast services to your customers.

Some of the features


 

  • Bandwidth monitoring and manage VPS traffic usage.

  • Install easily without any changes on the ESXI servers.

  • Free modules for managing VPS on the WHMCS client area.

  • Auto Provisioning VM After Payment Successfully.

  • Auto-assign IP and Network adapter once VM created.

  • Auto installation of the operating system.

  • Ability to assign the existing VM created for WHMCS users.


 

Prerequisite


the AutoVM platform is designed to be compatible with default VMware ESXI settings and does not require any changes.
 

Do you like to try?


To get and set up the system, please visit the installation article. If you have any questions, please read the FAQ section. If you do not find your answer, please ask your question in the stack.

 

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So many updates are available on the GitHub repository. Please update your #AutoVM to the latest version.

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Will be trying this out. Your site doesn't show ESXi support for the free license though. As you market this product as VM manager for ESXi, what is the point of the free license if it doesn't have ESXi support? Or am I just getting this all wrong? Thank you

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On 6/28/2020 at 5:45 PM, NH87R said:

Will be trying this out. Your site doesn't show ESXi support for the free license though. As you market this product as VM manager for ESXi, what is the point of the free license if it doesn't have ESXi support? Or am I just getting this all wrong? Thank you

Hello,

The platform based on VMware ESXI, it is free to use and get support in stack area. However, if you don't have enough acknowledge about ESXI virtualization system and need dedicated supporting , you can order standard plan or enterprises options.

Regards

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