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Proxmox VE Virtualization Subscription

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Choose the right CPU/Socket count for your server and multiply by the number of servers required.

Example, if your server has 2 socket CPU, and you have 5 servers, and you would like to subscribe to Premium Subscription Plan.  Then you would choose as below:

5 unit of Premium 2CPU/YR subscription

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Description

 

Proxmox VE is a complete open-source platform for all-inclusive enterprise virtualization that tightly integrates KVM hypervisor and LXC containers, software-defined storage and networking functionality on a single platform, and easily manages high availability clusters and disaster recovery tools with the built-in web management interface.


Proxmox VE Virtualization Subscription

A Proxmox VE Subscription is the easy and affordable solution to get access to the Proxmox VE Enterprise repository, to stable software updates and security enhancements, as well as to technical support services. A subscription helps you to run Proxmox VE with confidence in your company.

By combining great open source software with quality-assured services and support the Proxmox VE Subscription helps you to deploy and maintain the best stable and secure open source virtualization environment.


Features Proxmox VE

Proxmox VE is a powerful open-source server virtualization platform to manage two virtualization technologies – KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) for virtual machines and LXC for containers – with a single web-based interface. It also integrates out-of-the-box-tools for configuring high availability between servers, software-defined storage, networking, and disaster recovery.


Central Management

While many people start with a single node, Proxmox VE can scale out to a large set of clustered nodes. The cluster stack is fully integrated and ships with the default installation. To manage all tasks of your virtual data center, you can use the central web-based management interface.

Web-based management interface

Proxmox VE is easy to use. You can do all management tasks with the integrated graphical user interface (GUI), there is no need to install a separate management tool. The central web interface is based on the ExtJS JavaScript framework and you can use it with any modern browser. It helps you to control all functionalities from the UI and to overview the history or the syslogs of each single node. This includes running backup tasks, live migration, software-defined storage, or HA triggered activities. The multi-master tool allows you to manage your whole cluster from any node of your cluster; you don’t need a dedicated manager node.

Unique multi-master design

The integrated web-based management interface gives you a clean overview of all your KVM guests and Linux containers and even of your whole cluster. You can easily manage your VMs and containers, storage or cluster from the GUI. There is no need to install a separate, complex, and pricy management server.

Proxmox cluster file system (pmxcfs)

Proxmox VE uses the unique Proxmox Cluster file system (pmxcfs), a database-driven file system for storing configuration files. This enables you to store the configuration of thousands of virtual machines. By using corosync, these files are replicated in real time on all cluster nodes. The file system stores all data inside a persistent database on disk, nonetheless, a copy of the data resides in RAM which provides a maximum storage size is 30MB – more than enough for thousands of VMs.

Proxmox VE is the only virtualization platform using this unique cluster file system.

Command line interface (CLI)

For advanced users who are used to the comfort of the Unix shell or Windows Powershell, Proxmox VE provides a command line interface to manage all the components of your virtual environment. This command line interface has intelligent tab completion and full documentation in the form of UNIX man pages.

REST API

Proxmox VE uses a RESTful API. We choose JSON as primary data format, and the whole API is formally defined using JSON Schema. This enables fast and easy integration for third party management tools like custom hosting environments.

Role-based administration

You can define granular access for all objects (like VM´s, storages, nodes, etc.) by using the role based user- and permission management. This allows you to define privileges and helps you to control access to objects. This concept is also known as access control lists: Each permission specifies a subject (a user or group) and a role (set of privileges) on a specific path.

Authentication realms

Proxmox VE supports multiple authentication sources like Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP, Linux PAM standard authentication or the built-in Proxmox VE authentication server.


Proxmox VE High Availability Cluster

A multi-node Proxmox VE HA cluster enables the definition of highly available virtual servers. The Proxmox VE HA cluster is based on proven Linux HA technologies, providing stable and reliable HA service.

Proxmox VE HA Manager

During deployment, the resource manager called Proxmox VE HA Manager monitors all virtual machines and containers on the whole cluster and automatically gets into action if one of them fails. The Proxmox VE HA Manager needs zero configuration, it works out-of-the-box. Additionally, the watchdog-based fencing simplifies deployment dramatically.

For easy handling, the entire settings of the Proxmox VE HA cluster can be easily configured with the integrated web user interface.


 

Flexible Storage

The Proxmox VE storage model is very flexible. Virtual machine images can either be stored on one or several local storages or on shared storage like NFS and on SAN. There are no limits, you may configure as many storage definitions as you like. You can use all storage technologies available for Debian Linux.

The benefit of storing VMs on shared storage is the ability to live-migrate running machines without any downtime.

Via the web interface you can add the following storage types:

Network storage types supported

  • LVM Group (network backing with iSCSI targets)
  • iSCSI target
  • NFS Share
  • CIFS
  • Ceph RBD
  • Direct to iSCSI LUN
  • GlusterFS
  • CephFS

Local storage types supported

  • LVM Group
  • Directory (storage on existing filesystem)
  • ZFS

Backup and Restore

Backups are a basic requirement for any sensible IT deployment. Proxmox VE provides a fully integrated solution, using the capabilities of each storage and each guest system type.

Proxmox VE backups are always full backups – containing the VM/CT configuration and all data. Backups can be easily started via the GUI or via the vzdump backup tool (via command line). The integrated backup tool (vzdump) creates consistent snapshots of running containers and KVM guests. It basically creates an archive of the VM or CT data and also includes the VM/CT configuration files.

Scheduled Backup

Backup jobs can be scheduled so that they are executed automatically on specific days and times, for selectable nodes and guest systems.

Backup Storage

KVM live backup works for all storage types including VM images on NFS, iSCSI LUN, Ceph RBD or Sheepdog. The Proxmox VE backup format is optimized for storing VM backups fast and effectively (sparse files, out of order data, minimized I/O).


Proxmox VE Firewall

The built-in Proxmox VE Firewall provides an easy way to protect your IT infrastructure. The firewall is completely customizable allowing complex configurations via GUI or CLI. You can setup firewall rules for all hosts inside a cluster, or define rules for virtual machines and containers only. Features like firewall macros, security groups, IP sets and aliases help to make that task easier.

Distributed Firewall

While all configuration is stored on the cluster file system, the iptables-based firewall runs on each cluster node, and thus provides full isolation between virtual machines. The distributed nature of this system also provides much higher bandwidth than a central firewall solution.

IPv4 and IPv6

The firewall has full support for IPv4 and IPv6. IPv6 support is fully transparent, and we filter traffic for both protocols by default. So there is no need to maintain a different set of rules for IPv6.

 


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Subscription Plan

Premium – 1CPU/1YR, Standard – 1CPU/1YR, Basic – 1CPU/1YR, Community – 1CPU/1YR, Premium – 2CPU/1YR, Standard – 2CPU/1YR, Basic – 2PU/1YR, Community – 2CPU/1YR, Premium – 4CPU/1YR, Standard – 4CPU/1YR, Basic – 4CPU/1YR, Community – 4CPU/1YR

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