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    How to setup VPS Cloud using Virtuozzo?

    Does anybody know how to create a VPS cloud using Virtuozzo? Is it possible to do so? What are the other options for setting up a VPS Cloud?
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    look into Proxmox VE

    http://www.proxmox.com/cms_proxmox/e...ts/proxmox-ve/

    it is openvz based and has the ability to cluster multiple servers together.

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    You can use Virtuozzo. It will be more professional but costly. You can use HyperVM its free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by praveenkv1988 View Post
    You can use Virtuozzo. It will be more professional but costly. You can use HyperVM its free.
    I am already using Virtuozzo and that's what I want to know how can I setup a VPS cloud using Virtuozzo.
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    Explain what you mean by "vps cloud."

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    Something like http://vps.net/.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prashant1979 View Post
    Something like http://vps.net/.
    cant be done with Virtuozzo
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    I've never used virtuozzo, but assuming it has an API you could probably make something similar with some custom code.

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    I'm using OpenVZ, but don't using HyperVM

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    Quote Originally Posted by eming View Post
    cant be done with Virtuozzo
    Not true. Virtuozzo 4 has a cluster feature. You can use an iscsi array to have the VMs on the iscsi partition and have the VMS move on node failure much like VPS.net works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forasse View Post
    Not true. Virtuozzo 4 has a cluster feature. You can use an iscsi array to have the VMs on the iscsi partition and have the VMS move on node failure much like VPS.net works.
    oh, true - but the failover part is only a very small part of what we do on vps.net though
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    So, what is the option if you want to setup a VPS cloud like VPS.NET? I need for both Windows and Linux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prashant1979 View Post
    So, what is the option if you want to setup a VPS cloud like VPS.NET? I need for both Windows and Linux.
    Xen or KVM, some chunky front end nodes and a couple of expensive SAN devices. Then some developers.
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    if you are starting from scratch, you may be better off simply partnering up with one of the providers out there and resell their service to your clients.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eming View Post
    if you are starting from scratch, you may be better off simply partnering up with one of the providers out there and resell their service to your clients.
    Know anyone that offers decent discounts to resellers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostmind View Post
    Know anyone that offers decent discounts to resellers?
    VPS.NET? lol
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    Use opennebula i'm pretty sure it's the secret sauce in quite a few providers.

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