Thanks for the suggestion.
I’ve been testing Proxmox for a few weeks.
I must say it’s not bad at all:
- it supports ZFS (or CEPH) storage
- allows high availability clusters
- LXD and KVM
- ACLs to different VMs or containers
- offers basic monitoring
- support pices are relatively decent
- it is Debian based
- uses LXC instead of LXD
- does not support live migration of containers or KVM live migration when
using local storage (ZFS)
- ?does not offer live kernel upgrade facility like Ubuntu does?
- does not allow clones of lxc containers
-didn’t find the fine grain resource control of LXD ( storage IOPS or
- containers don’t have access to snapshots
The web interface is also not a complete customer portal. That being said I’ve
seen there is a beta provider for ‘Foreman’ ( https://theforeman.org )
I’m still investigating it…
> On 2 Feb 2018, at 17:05, Jan Münnich <li...@janmuennich.com> wrote:
> Proxmox (https://www.proxmox.com/en/proxmox-ve) is an open-source
> virtualisation platform with web interface that supports LXC.
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