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Old 12th June 2008, 04:16
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Default Xen Management GUI

Does anyone know of a Multi-Server, Full VM Life Cycle Management GUI tool? I'd love to find a tool that would handle the provisioning of new VMs as well as moving them around between multiple hosts. I've looked at some others like Bixdata but haven't found one that is specific to virtualization and not so much just monitoring.

I found one tool called ConVirt (http://xenman.sourceforge.net). It appears to only have an RPM install. That could be converted to deb, but perhaps not. I was just wondering if anyone knew of another killer tool?
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Old 13th June 2008, 16:55
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Take a look at:
http://www.openqrm.org/
http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Main_Page
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