We're planning to extent our services to virtual servers.
We're looking for some good console to manage these virtual servers. At the moment hypervm is looking very intresting but we have faced some problems with our server and centos os.
Other option is virtuozzo, but I have no idea how much it costs. I know they want to customize all prices to every client but I guess some kind of a basic license packages wouldn't harm them. If we had for example 3 vps's, could anyone give any estimation how much a virtuozzo license would cost to those?
Are there any other vps management consoles out there?
We contacted parallels sales 4 days ago and we haven't got a single replay yet.
How do you run business with virtuozzo/plesk if the support is as fast as this? I would see the situation rather scary if, for example, there is some problems after software update and you have to wait several days for a normal email reply.
At the moment hypervm is looking very intresting but we have faced some problems with our server and centos os.
HyperVM really has nothing to do with how the OS runs inside a VPS or VM. It's purley used to manage/create and set limits for your Virtual Servers.
More than just a Management Panel you will also want to consider what Virtualization platform to use. The two most common at the moment being OpenVZ/Virtuozzo (Container Based, OS Level) or Xen (Hardware Based, Paravirtualization). Both have their benefits and drawbacks.
If you do a search there are numerous OpenVZ vs Xen threads.
As well as HyperVM there are several other panels new/development: