Hosting-panel HOVIX is a powerful tool for automation hosting based on Proxmox virtualization platform.
It helps to organize a professional hosting on your own servers just in minutes!
Your clients will be able to autorize in the panel and oder a virtual machine with necessary resources.
Your operators will immediately recieve an order, check it and create on its basis VM with necessary software with a few clicks. Then users can manage VMs.
System automatically installs popular software (including web-servers and CMS) and updates it.
Currently the panel works with Proxmox. But in a nearest future we are planning to use Ovirt, Cloudstack and Openstack too.
Proxmox Virtual Environment (Proxmox VE) — Proxmox VE is a complete open source server virtualization management software.
It is based on KVM virtualization and container-based virtualization and manages KVM virtual machines, Linux containers (LXC), storage, virtualized networks, and HA clusters.
Official website www.proxmox.com
Registration and authorization of hosting users. Deep delineation of the rights of users, including operators and administrators.
The panel is a part of a fault-tolerant system that provides continuity of its work.
The panel is installed ready for use and requires no pre-configuration, while its use comes to the simple choice of options and approval of actions.
The key feature - is High-Availability cluster.
High-availability clusters (also known as HA clusters or fail-over clusters) are groups of computers that support server applications that can be reliably utilized with a minimum of down-time. They operate by using high availability software to harness redundant computers in groups or clusters that provide continued service when system components fail. Without clustering, if a server running a particular application crashes, the application will be unavailable until the crashed server is fixed. HA clustering remedies this situation by detecting hardware/software faults, and immediately restarting the application on another system without requiring administrative intervention, a process known as failover.
The HA-cluster scheme