12 Open Source/Commercial Control Panels For Virtual Machines (VM’s) Management

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Nikita Nesmiyanov

I'm a technical evangelist at hosting software developing company from Siberia, Russia. I'm curious and like to expand my knowledge whether from new Linux software tools or to Hosting Industry trends, possibilities, journey and opportunities.

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6 Responses

  1. Roberson says:

    Nikita, I want to use to create virtual machine, Linux like RHEL, CentOS and some Windows Server.
    I want to create it, because I intend study and practice. I have my desktop with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and my laptop with linux mint. Through the linux mint on laptop I can control and manager my virtual machines or I can use them by own host.

    • Nikita Nesmiyanov says:

      Roberson, if you want to create one virtual machine for every OS (RHEL, CentOS and Windows Server), I think, you should use the command line to deploy VMs ’cause you’ll earn much more practice on manual deployment. Those panels that mentioned above are for situation when you need to deploy at least 50 VMs per day or when you need to automate VM sales.
      In your situation, to earn skills and practice, install libvirt (KVM) or openvz package on your desktop and then create/modify/delete VMs from your laptop via SSH. I think, it’s the best way for your purposes.
      Oh, by the way: usually, control panels install libvirt or openvz automatically.

    • Nikita Nesmiyanov says:

      Roberson, if you want to create one virtual machines for every OS (RHEL, CentOS and Windows Server), I think, you should use the command line to deploy VMs ’cause you’ll earn much more practice on manual deployment. Those panels that mentioned above are for situation when you need to deploy at least 50 VMs per day or when you need to automate VM sales.
      In your situation, to earn skills and practice, install libvirt (KVM) or openvz package on your desktop and then create/modify/delete VMs from your laptop via SSH. I think, it’s the best way for your purposes.
      Oh, by the way: usually, control panels install libvirt or openvz automatically.

  2. Roberson says:

    How are you Nikita.
    First of all, thank you for sharing with us your knownledgement. I wanna ask you, which tools of that mentioned aboveit’s the better for my use. Solus ? I going to install KVM following this guide http://www.tecmint.com/install-and-configure-kvm-in-linux/
    And, i’d like to know, which tools that you told above, is better. I can install this tools in the host that has the KVM or whenever ?

    Thanks

    • Nikita Nesmiyanov says:

      Hi, Roberson.
      Could you please share some details on what do you want to use the virtualization for? Depending on your answer I can give you a helpful comment.

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