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  1. #1
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    SolusVm or Open VZ

    Please recommend us ,shall we go with:

    SolusVM + Xen Server


    or

    Open vz + Xen server



    Our main target is to get OS (windows+Linux )Automated installs.

    Please elaborate which one and why it should be


    Thanks

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    For windows + linux u can proceed with solusvm+xen, but not clear what you mean by openvz+xen ?
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    You're confusing yourself here.

    SolusVM is a control panel, not a virtualization technology. XEN and/or OpenVZ (along with KVM, etc) are virtualization technologies.

    Regardless of whether you go for OpenVZ or XEN, you'll most likely get access to SolusVM as that's the panel that allows you to manage said VPS.

    If you're looking to be able to install/use both Windows and Linux, you should go for Xen (or KVM). If you don't want Windows, you should consider OpenVZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetalk View Post
    You're confusing yourself here.

    SolusVM is a control panel, not a virtualization technology. XEN and/or OpenVZ (along with KVM, etc) are virtualization technologies.

    Regardless of whether you go for OpenVZ or XEN, you'll most likely get access to SolusVM as that's the panel that allows you to manage said VPS.

    If you're looking to be able to install/use both Windows and Linux, you should go for Xen (or KVM). If you don't want Windows, you should consider OpenVZ.
    Made a Mistake though !

    So which set works great as per my requirement ?

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    If you wish to sell windows you have to go XEN or KVM.

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    You can go with Xen, Hyper-V, KVM, Vmware etc... depends on what you want!
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    It's not a correct suggestion, to give such advice you need to have some kind of notable achievements in the industry, lifetalk answered perfectly - respectfully and gave genuine information.

    "do us all a favor please do not get into this business."


    Is not constructive, is not helpful and is simply rude.

    Those who want to learn, should go ahead and either succeed or fail, that's where lessons are learned - not by being greeted by rude members of a forum. No doubt you aren't advising people not to get into the industry if they're purchasing your services!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iexo View Post
    It's not a correct suggestion, to give such advice you need to have some kind of notable achievements in the industry, lifetalk answered perfectly - respectfully and gave genuine information.

    "do us all a favor please do not get into this business."


    Is not constructive, is not helpful and is simply rude.

    Those who want to learn, should go ahead and either succeed or fail, that's where lessons are learned - not by being greeted by rude members of a forum. No doubt you aren't advising people not to get into the industry if they're purchasing your services!
    Really Appreciate you. For that brother I want to inform him that we have 67 dedicated servers Up and alive working for our telecom/VoIP clients . And 6-7 servers under our personal use. when some one is telling you that it was a mistake, then you should not do thread scoring or telling us not to get in this business. That was really irrelevant and rude too.




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    Quote Originally Posted by iexo View Post
    It's not a correct suggestion, to give such advice you need to have some kind of notable achievements in the industry, lifetalk answered perfectly - respectfully and gave genuine information.

    "do us all a favor please do not get into this business."


    Is not constructive, is not helpful and is simply rude.

    Those who want to learn, should go ahead and either succeed or fail, that's where lessons are learned - not by being greeted by rude members of a forum. No doubt you aren't advising people not to get into the industry if they're purchasing your services!
    Also we have decided to go for :

    Solus VM + XEn how this sounds to you and other people?

    and also to do automation on dedicated nodes we would be doing Slave Solusvm,with assigning full resources to one machine, however we have a plan to get monster servers like 4xocta coroes ,and can sell it like quad core nodes, dual quads,as now a days people are doing this too, so that is okay?

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    That setup sounds fine for SolusVM and Xen.
    It's getting more and more common for people to provide the bigger virtual nodes.
    As the guys have said, if you want windows it needs to be Xen or KVM, but the panel is preference - SolusVM can handle the automation fine with something like WHMCS and is good but it depends on your preference and needs.

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    OpenVZ is not an option for windows as openvz containers share the Linux kernel with the host server.

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    Thread cleaned a little. Please discuss the OP's question, not other members' businesses / websites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta Soft View Post
    telling us not to get in this business. That was really irrelevant and rude too.
    You need to realize this forum is full of kids asking how to get rich hosting. Hence this response at the first signs and stupid questions. And at first, that's what this appeared to be.

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