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    AppLogic Billing/Customer Control Panel

    Are their modules for billing apps?(e.g. Hostbill or WHMCS?

    Is their an ability to "auto provision" resources for customers after payments cleared?

    Do customers have the ability to manage their resources in AppLogic via a Control Panel?

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    I saw you post about a WHMCS Module over on the AppLogic forums but it was dated months ago, and I am tired of signing up for different forums this week....

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    Hehe. So far we have provisioning, suspensions, terminations, IP assignments, start, stop, reboots working. We are working on some of the provisioning. We offer a lot of different templates and the volumes change from template to template. So we are trying to come up with a better way to define those.

    Let me know if you need anything. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibby13 View Post
    Are their modules for billing apps?(e.g. Hostbill or WHMCS?

    Is their an ability to "auto provision" resources for customers after payments cleared?

    Do customers have the ability to manage their resources in AppLogic via a Control Panel?
    Hi Gibby,

    We (DNS Europe) have a fully integrated Cloud Control Panel with Billing integration.

    The CCP allows users to auto-provision, then once provisioned, fully control their cloud servers, including changing resources, application settings and control the server (start, stop, restart etc).

    Check out the video at dnseurope.net/ccp

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    Specifically what billing integration does CCP offer?

    Does it integrate with the likes of HostBill or WHMCS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cAPTAIN^k View Post
    Specifically what billing integration does CCP offer?

    Does it integrate with the likes of HostBill or WHMCS?
    Right now it ships with its own basic billing module.

    The roadmap contains plans for connectors to all major billing and CRM systems.

    We are also ready to discuss integrations for customers that may require it.

    Part of the beta program is working out priorities with customers for features and integrations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisythila View Post
    Hehe. So far we have provisioning, suspensions, terminations, IP assignments, start, stop, reboots working. We are working on some of the provisioning. We offer a lot of different templates and the volumes change from template to template. So we are trying to come up with a better way to define those.

    Let me know if you need anything. :-)
    Can your WHMCS module keep track of, and invoice for over bandwidth usage?
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    Currently, we are waiting for 3.0 to come out so we can use VLAN's to do bandwidth monitoring. Currently we have to use Netflow to do bandwidth monitoring. We havent got this writen in yet. It shouldn't be too hard since WHMCS 4.4 does bandwidth overage billing now.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisythila View Post
    Currently, we are waiting for 3.0 to come out so we can use VLAN's to do bandwidth monitoring. Currently we have to use Netflow to do bandwidth monitoring. We havent got this writen in yet. It shouldn't be too hard since WHMCS 4.4 does bandwidth overage billing now.

    Thanks,
    Any idea on when you will be releasing your module?

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    Our module should be released within this month. We're working on final integration steps and finalizing UI decisions. For now we're going to be fully integrated into WHMCS and in the future it will be multiple platforms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedicatedone View Post
    Our module should be released within this month. We're working on final integration steps and finalizing UI decisions. For now we're going to be fully integrated into WHMCS and in the future it will be multiple platforms.
    Do you have feature list?

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    You must refer DNS for having proper billing integration with the cloud control panel as this provides you what exactly you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedicatedone View Post
    Our module should be released within this month. We're working on final integration steps and finalizing UI decisions. For now we're going to be fully integrated into WHMCS and in the future it will be multiple platforms.
    Any update on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibby13 View Post
    Any update on this?
    And 6 months later ... any updates on this ?

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    From the deafening silence I'd say there is no update.
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    Another short question inline with Applogic.

    As everything runs over multiple nodes, do those nodes have to be identical?
    And I mean in CPU as well as storage.

    Also for Onapp the prices are known as they are on the website, how much would it cost to start with Applogic ?
    And is growing the cloud as simple as plugging in another machine ?

    btw I found a billing system called http://www.scaleupcloud.com/scaleup-cloud-management/

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    Scaleup runs on Applogic? I had thought it only ran on Cloudstack.

    How was Scaleup?
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    They offer a billing module I believe, but it comes through one of their customers and not direct from them if I recall correctly. Pricing is based on what you do and what you build, it isn't as out of the box as OnApp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FHDave View Post
    Scaleup runs on Applogic? I had thought it only ran on Cloudstack.

    How was Scaleup?
    Yep ScaleUp and DNS Europe panels for Applogic have their pro's and con's. We liked both of them.

    For us the biggest con, is not a seamless integration into 3rd party billing, especially with the price of their panels. Also ScaleUp licenses based on cores not physical processors, and a 100core count minimal order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibby13 View Post
    Yep ScaleUp and DNS Europe panels for Applogic have their pro's and con's. We liked both of them.

    For us the biggest con, is not a seamless integration into 3rd party billing, especially with the price of their panels. Also ScaleUp licenses based on cores not physical processors, and a 100core count minimal order.
    scaleup deals with billing and automation right, so it sits on top of the cloud management tools?
    What do they charge per core?


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    Guys,

    We have had our developers working with the Applogic API and they have been able to get this working really well with both Ubersmith and WHMCS.

    You may want to weigh up the cost of finding someone to just go ahead and develop a module for you within the billing application you use. One off costs are always better than ongoing

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    Or would you think about selling the WHMCS module ?
    That would earn your development back and help others out in the mean time

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    Gibby13,

    Interested in the pricing for scaleup. If you don't mind, please contact me via pm or email.

    Thanks!

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    scaleup deals with billing and automation right, so it sits on top of the cloud management tools?
    What do they charge per core?
    If I remember correctly, it started around $80/core minimum of 100 Cores. Goes down if you order more.

    We have had our developers working with the Applogic API and they have been able to get this working really well with both Ubersmith and WHMCS.

    You may want to weigh up the cost of finding someone to just go ahead and develop a module for you within the billing application you use. One off costs are always better than ongoing
    I would like a one-time cost plugin, but I would rather have something that more than just 1 company uses. I think it would become a better product that way.

    That said I have been talking to Michael for about 7 months know, that being one of the topics.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibby13 View Post
    If I remember correctly, it started around $80/core minimum of 100 Cores. Goes down if you order more.
    thanks - very helpful, is that per year/month/perpetual?


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    With scaleup do you still to pay for applogic license or is it included. For the installation do you need to install applogic first or applogic is part of the cloudscale installation?

    Thanks.

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