I have a box running the following:
Quad Core 2.4 ghz Xeon
500GB (x2) setup for RAID backup
This is a physical server that I have locally. I am looking to run the following with it:
A minimum of 2 VPS's:
1. Setup as an Elastix/Asterisk VPS (including call recording and virtual fax)
2. Setup as a Shared Hosting Provider. I will primarily use this for my own SugarCRM instance but will also offer other SugarCRM instances.
There may be the possibility of adding other VPS's but I highly doubt it because I don't want to sacrifice possible quality on the Elastix server.
I have done some reviewing of some options. I have been reading alot about the Kloxo/HyperVM security issues and it seems as though this is in the dog house. I have considered the following:
Karesansui-Project.info: This seems to be a decent little VPS Panel but it seems to only run in 32-bit mode. I would think that is would be better to go with 64 bit.
As far as the hosting panels... I'm very familiar with DA and like it but the cost really doesn't make sense for a local server that isn't going to have customers logging into it. Even if I setup other shared hosting sites with it, no users will be logging into the panel at all.
I have considered Webmin/Virtualmin and using the openVZ plugin for this but I have never used them before and am concerned that it might not be very "user friendly".
I have also noticed another free panel which seems quite nice (Baifox v1.0). I like the screenshots of this but is shows the installation with Debian and I have always used CentOS, so I don't know if there is any differences.
Can I please get some input from "the pros" here? I need something that has minimal learning curve but is still powerful enough that I won't want to be switching it in a month. Also, I need something extremely low cost but preferrably some sort of GPL/Open Source solution.