What is available now.
Single server: Debian Squeeze + Xen 4.0.1 and the path on it.
Is the whole thing from one provider. Provider presses the IPS, so NAT and port forwarding.
To automate the creation of virtuallock boiled DHCP.
Configuration files of virtuallock eat a special option for port forwarding. (Cut through half of the manifold on the shell and a few Python scripts. :) Who should can diffame to share.)
IPS to every machine from the subnet 192.168.x.1, vif'Ah of the host machine 192.168.x.254. Between virtualname the network.
What you want.
Something that can be integrated into existing infrastructure, with the subsequent extension.
Now I want to automatically create a new path with a different OS in a single click. Chose Arch clicked and 5 minutes later logged into it via SSH. Chose FreeBSD, clicked, after 5 minutes came in via VNC and drove her in the PV.
Also convenient dashboards what to have shown that there is at the moment, there is some axle stands and CPU usage, RAM what.
In subsequent can be another server, and ACC. want migration from this panel to have.
It would be very cool if on the second server it would be possible to do KVM and to manage the entire system and Xen and KVM from a single panel.
I was confused in the choice, too much has been written of all. OpenNebula like anything, but again, there are plenty of decisions any. OpenStack XenOrchestra, ConVirt 2.0, oVirt, OpenECP, Enomaly. What would you recommend? And most importantly worried that my network configuration working. And so you can reconfigure if IPS will appear on all breeches. And please note that I have a simple Xen, not XCP. XCP already set there is no possibility, and desires too, probably.
ricardo.Hartmann81 answered on October 10th 19 at 04:12
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Lola56 answered on October 10th 19 at 04:14
intelligence: Archipel is very pleased. Thank you for such a discovery. Treasure just unearthed. :) I will try. Since XMPP is also an interesting idea. Do not undertake to say it is bad or good, but interesting. That's what it means to think outside the box. :) I only wish ejabberd supported.