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Lxlabs Releases New VPS Manager, HyperVM
Lxlabs, the makers of the Lxadmin web hosting control panel, today announced the immediate availability of HyperVM 1.2, a multi tiered, distributed web based management software targeted at VPS hosting companies. HyperVM, which currently supports openVZ, will support Xen and MS Virtual Server in the short future, and provides a very easy method for the hosting companies to setup and delegate their vps management, thereby providing the most effective way to monetize on the fast growing vps market.

"Virtualization is the most exciting market in the industry today", said K T Ligesh, CTO of Lxlabs, "and with hyperVM we have entered this fast growing segment with a bang". HyperVM is fully distributed, allowing you to create and manage virtual machines anywhere in your network from a single console interface. You can also migrate virtual machines trivially with just a click of a button. This means that your entire virtualization infrastructure can be managed from a single centralized console, and hosting companies need not even plan ahead with their virtualization. Just start with a single server now, and hyperVM will allow you to grow as you start needing more machines.

HyperVM is also fully web based, providing an easy access to the interface from anywhere in the network at any time. "Currently most of virtualization management tools seem to Desktop based.", Said Ligesh, "But with our "Desktop on Web" philosophy, we are committed to delivering the exact same features of these fat clients directly into your browser and accessible from anywhere".

The release of HyperVM has drastically cut down the barrier for entry into the VPS market for a SMB hosting seller. HyperVM's ease of use and its flexible pricing plans allow anyone to become a vps seller overnight with almost no investment, and the user-friendliness of the software, allowing even a non-technical person to manage the entire system, also ensures that the maintenance costs and other overheads are uniformly kept low.

HyperVM also features full backup/restore facilities, in built ticketing and messaging systems, a distributed file manager, and many more features specifically meant to help hosting companies to form a solid relationship with their customers.

HyperVM is available for lease or purchase from
Published Wednesday, August 09, 2006 6:42 AM by David Marshall
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