Probably OpenVZ depends n what you need? and you don't need SolusVM for it. but you can get it for extra $20
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If I would want to seperate a dedicated server into 3 virtual server, with keeeping the cost down, what would be my best option. Running Linux only on all 3 vm's.
Xen or OpenVZ
SolumVM or something else free ?
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If it's just for you, I'd just use Proxmox (free) and OpenVZ.
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Xen provides a better virtualisation that OpenVZ. Even with proper tweaking, load in a VPS affect others in OpenVZ, but Xen provides a more strong virtualization.
You have to decide which control panel you need. Cpanel is easy and extensively used. You have a special price structure for VPS licenses too. You can also consider other control panels like DirectAdmin, Plesk etc or free control panels like Webmin.
If you go for paid control panel (i.e. cPanel, Plesk), you are going to increase your license cost since you will need to buy 3 licenses. For OpenVZ, CPU allocation cannot be isolated that means CPU usage of your one VPS will affect the other. XEN is a good option.
I am sorry; but he is asking about virtualization control panels not web hosting control panels. And if it is for personal use and you want to cut down cost, you may use a free control panel like proxmox or hypervm with openvz.