[Libvir] Web Interface Question
henri at theplayboymansion.net
Sun Apr 6 09:32:57 UTC 2008
That sounds quite exciting; is it open source?
I'm looking at build something that works with KVM/Xen but i'm sure many
of the operations are the same; especially for status type, read only
Do you know if there's anything like an RFC document for libvirtd? What
did you base all your queries off while making the product?
Thanks for getting back to me,
Shuveb Hussain wrote:
> Hello Henri,
> On Sun, Apr 6, 2008 at 2:05 AM, Henri Cook
> <henri at theplayboymansion.net <mailto:henri at theplayboymansion.net>> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm designing a web interface for libvirt so that my customers can
> manage their DomUs - unless you know of a good one that already
> We, from BinaryKarma are the folks who contributed OpenVZ support for
> Libvirt and are experts in the area. We already have a product FluidVM
> that manages Xen and OpenVZ based virtual machines with support for
> Linux Containers and VMWare ESX coming up. FluidVM also ships with a
> browser based interface.
> Currently, there is also VPSCart, a free application built on top of
> the FluidVM platform available where you can create plans and expose
> them on a portal. customers can then choose and buy any of them.
> Users with the right privileges are automatically provisioned. They
> can login and manage their VPSs. Usage of VPSCart is completely optional.
> FluidVM ships with support for Local and SAN storage as well. You can
> evaluate a fully capable copy of FluidVM for a period of 45 days by
> downloading it from our web site. Here are the details:
> *FluidVM Screenshots:*
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> If you have any further questions, we'll be happy to clarify them.
> Thanks & regards,
> Shuveb Hussain
> B I N A R Y K A R M A
> Chennai, India.
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