A control panel makes virtual server management easy. But, the control panel options are endless and often confuse newbies. Each of the panels have their own features. And, the choice depends on the purpose of servers. At Bobcares, we often get requests from customers to choose between Virtualizor and Proxmox as part of our Infrastructure Management Services. Today, we’ll do a study on Virtualizor vs Proxmox and how our Support Engineers help customers in making the right choice.
KVM or OpenVZ
The need for virtual servers may not be always the same. Some may need Linux servers, or few may need both Linux and Windows machines.
But, can we setup Windows machine on a Linux host?
Luckily, SolusVM KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) allows to run Windows private servers too. But, it involves few critical steps while installing SolusVM.
At Bobcares, we often get requests from customers to setup SolusVM as part of our Infrastructure Management Services.
Today, we’ll see how our Support Engineers enable SolusVM KVM for customers that helps them to provision different server types.