SolusVM - Virtualizor or some other VPS control panel

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We have used Virtualizor for years, and have no plans on changing.

Why? Well, it works for our need so like the old saying goes; "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".
 

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Virtualizor is good but doesn't support clustering.
 

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right now SolusVM is the complete control panel for nodes and VPSs, they still have some bugs but it is a minor they just release a new update and as OnApp states they will realease an upgrade version 2.0 soon.
 

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Virtualizor is good but doesn't support clustering.
Yes they do
http://www.virtualizor.com/wiki/Server_Clustering

right now SolusVM is the complete control panel for nodes and VPSs, they still have some bugs but it is a minor they just release a new update and as OnApp states they will realease an upgrade version 2.0 soon.
Ummm, good luck with that.
Are you aware they have been promising a v2 for 7 YEARS!

http://solusvm.com/blog/version-2-what-why-how-when/
 

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You are very right but the community pressure are strong right now for the new release and if they don't move on with that soon they will die and all investment on SolusVM will go to the drain. Other than that SolusVM still works very well.
 

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Personally, I think that ship has already sailed.

There used to be a stronger community following then there is now.

When they got popular, everything slowed down as Phil just couldn't keep up. When they were acquired by OnApp in 2014, most people thought that was great, and they with OnApp's resources behind SolusVM, we would see wonderful changes.

Instead, we just still hoping for v2...... 7 years later....
 

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We are still using Virtualizor. I worked with their support. Their documentation is saying clustering. You can only manage all servers from master. If your master or slave is down or drive failed, all your VMs will be down too. Only way to get them back is from backup. If you don't have backups you are done.
Thats why we have build our new VPS infrastructure with Proxmox and we are using Proxmox WHMCS module.
 

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We are using SolusVM for our normal node and VPSs management as the master can go down the slaves will run without the master and no downtime for the users, now we use Proxmox with WHMCS module for our NAT VPS only and still in test mode.
 

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We are using Proxmox for our production LXC and KVM VPs. We are planning to start NAT VPS on second quarter of 2017.
 

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Other than SolusVM, Proxmox, and Virtualizor that were mentioned here, you can probably also have a look at VMmanager. It supports clustering and High Availability, WHMCS integration is also there, and the price is quite affordable.
 

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Do you have any experience with VMmanager?
 

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SolusVM - Virtualizor or some other VPS control panel? What is the best VPS control panel and why do you use it?
Virtualizor is pretty cool to be honest, although right now we're having a bit of fun with Openstack :)
 

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Have you ever tried proxmox? It's not quite as client-ready, but overall much more extensible.
 

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My experience with SolusVM has always been good. It has been very reliable and definitely has a professional appearance for customers.
 

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I have been using SolusVM since 2012 and stick with it simply because I prefer the interface and am so used to the layout. It is very simplistic. I have used Virtualizor as a test and it worked fine but I felt the interface was way too overloaded. For me I still prefer SolusVM. I can’t wait for v2!
 

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Hey all. I've just added another panel to the mix. virtfusion.com

It's a more modern take on the likes of SolusVM (which I was the founder of) and Virtualizor.

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