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Which module would you like to see in WHMCS to replace HyperVM  

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  1. 1. Which module would you like to see in WHMCS to replace HyperVM



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It has been suggested that a poll be started with the top 5 to see which i the preferred option for a new module to replace HyperVM in WHMCS.

 

This pole will close in 30 days.

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Do you guys know anything about those options? Virtuozzo and VDSManager are the only ones that would be a candidate as none of the rest offer a control panel for clients are actually any type of client tools.

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Hi guys, if I could I would change my vote to VDS Manager.

 

See, the problem is the if you've never used any of these, how do you know which is best ? VDS Manager looks great, but how many people run it ? How secure is it ? How stable is it ??

 

Maybe it's too soon to vote.

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Can I suggest Enomaly as well? It has a great control panel for clients todo most of the tasks that HyperVM offers, and is cheaper than VDS & VMWare

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Right, but people are blindly making suggestions with really no clue one what those "options" do.

 

Yep. And I am one of em. We need some real feedback people. I am not about to start with Joe Blows xen control panel and move 200 vps over, just becuase some one says "I like Joe Blow"

 

I please ask those of you who are going to recommend a product, please only do so if you have solid experience with it. In some cases , like Virtuozzo, VMware and XenServer, we all MUST know these are very well known products, but the rest, look good, but looks ain't everything. Security is.

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The poll isn't really complete. There are still many others out there. Besides that, as mentioned, libvirt is just an API.

 

I'm also not very sure if XenServer have a GUI though. Anybody can clarify this?

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The poll isn't really complete. There are still many others out there. Besides that, as mentioned, libvirt is just an API.

 

I'm also not very sure if XenServer have a GUI though. Anybody can clarify this?

 

This poll was set up after requested in the other post http://forum.whmcs.com/showthread.php?t=21130&goto=newpost using the top 5 requested in this post.

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vdsmanager is good - nice and straightforward but quite powerfuly. Downside is clients have to login to each server to restart their vps - meaning multiple urls if they have more than one.

 

libvirt is the way to go if you have devs in house, complete api to openvz, xen and more to code your own CP.

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VDSManageris VERY VERY expensive.

 

There website is very hacked together and disorganized, so I wouldnt expect their software to be much better.

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Strange how VDSmanager is being mentioned as good but no one has voted for it yet. YES it is very expensive and i think it will be hard to make any profit if this is used.

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VDS Manager is NOT expensive, its €29/month or €190 Owned license.

 

However i have just noticed quite a set back with it, quote from there forums and posted a couple of days ago:

 

Originally Posted by markb1439

Is Xen fully supported? I know that you recommend OpenVZ, and I believe that some time ago you said that Xen has problems. Is it supported now?

 

Xen support is currently being developed, we do not recommend you to use it, it will have full support during 1-2 months.

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the normal linux one (centos etc) is not that price:

 

VDSmanager-Linux Trial (2 weeks) €0.00

VDSmanager-Linux 1 month €29.00

VDSmanager-Linux Lifetime €190.00

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Yes but for stability and all the features you will need

 

VDSmanager Trial (2 weeks) $0.00 (€0.00)

VDSmanager 1 month $139.65 (€99.00)

VDSmanager Lifetime $1 396.49 (€990.00)

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the normal linux one (centos etc) is not that price:

 

VDSmanager-Linux Trial (2 weeks) €0.00

VDSmanager-Linux 1 month €29.00

VDSmanager-Linux Lifetime €190.00

 

Where do u get these prices?

 

I don't know about you, but I'm not going to pay $139.65 for a fancy GUI script which can manage VPS's. Many other scripts are MUCH cheaper than this.

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