Powerful UI Based VPS Management Software!
Support for several virtualization technologies
Web-based VPS management interface
Change server status
Change VPS hostname
Change root password
Enable API access
Check usage statistics
Manage PTR/Reverse DNS records
View SolusVM log
One of the most attractive features of SolusVM is its support for several of the most widely used virtualization technologies. All of these technologies provide the features required for virtualization, but they vary in terms of platform support and approach. This makes SolusVM a good choice for a wide range of virtualization needs.
OpenVZ is built on top of Linux for x86, x86_64, and IA64 platforms. It virtualizes the operating environment instead of the hardware, so there is only one instance of an OS (Linux) on which multiple programs run in isolation. Using OpenVZ therefore restricts you to an all-Linux virtual environment with only Linux-compatible software. On the other hand, OpenVM supports mass management (a single script can update all VPSs in the system) and, because of the way it does virtualization, it is especially good at providing dynamic resource sharing. This results in better utilization of the server’s resources. OpenVZ’s virtualization approach makes it suitable for databases and email servers.
Linux KVM is a virtualization technology for Linux running on x86 platforms that contain the Intel-VT or AMD-V virtualization extensions. Linux KVM uses the same approach as Xen with a privileged OS running on Linux and guest OSs running on Linux or Windows.
SolusVM is useful to anyone with a VPS hosting package who wants to manage and monitor their VPSs, including developers, webmasters, and anyone who runs a resource-intensive site. Its simple and customizable VPS management interface and integration with popular billing systems make it is an exceptionally smart choice for resellers.