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Re: [Xen-users] GUI frontend for Xen



Please check ETVM (Eurotux Virtualization Manager). It's fully open-source and you can find information and download in http://etvm.eurotux.com.


We've just release 1.0.1 (bugfixes only). It has all the features that you request except for high availability (that should be in version 1.1 by June).


If you have any questions please email me.


Best regards,

Nuno Fernandes


On Friday 20 April 2012 15:54:15 Donny Brooks wrote:

> In my pursuit of a decent frontend for our virtual setup I have come across

> a few decent ones. However very few can control Xen as a hypervisor. So we

> are currently testing Proxmox which is KVM and OpenVZ. Now I have stumbled

> upon OpenNebula (http://opennebula.org/). It is supposed to control Xen and

> KVM pretty well. Has anyone on the list had any experience with this

> product? I have not had a chance to test it personally but I hope to in the

> coming days. Just wanted some feedback from fellow Xen users if any

> experiences.


> Just for background my setup will consist of:


> 3 Dell servers w/ bonded interfaces (T710, 2900, R610)

> 1 Dell MD3200i iSCSI SAN


> In the end we need centralized storage, SAN, with high availability

> failover. I know this can be done with just basic Xen but the management

> requires us to have a GUI for the "lesser technical staff" of our IT group.

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