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Virtualizor is a powerful web based VPS Control Panel. It supports OpenVZ, Xen PV, Xen HVM and Linux KVM virtualization. Admins can create a VPS on the fly by the click of a button. VPS users can start, stop, restart and manage their VPS using a very advanced web based GUI.
Softaculous Virtualizor supports the remote creation of Virtual Machines / VPS. WHMCS can be configured to create the VPS as soon as you accept the Order (Automatically or Manually). We provide a module for WHMCS to enable you to do so. Setting it up is really easy. You can create, delete, suspend a VPS with this module.The process is automated using Virtualizor API due to which, the desired VPS is automatically controlled at the server. WHMCS also provides an internal billing system which allows you to invoice & bill your customers in as many different currencies as you want, all at the same time. WHMCS and Virtualizor handle it all. This gesture is all about integration and automation, bringing together all the services you use into an easy to use combined single interface.
Virtualizor saves you time and effort by providing you with Ready Made OS templates. So no more building up the entire VPS from scratch using ISO or the associated Live CD/DVD's. Virtualizor provides you more than 100 Quick Start OS templates that include four Different Linux Server Configurations.
Creating Clusters with Virtualizor is very easy. No messing about the terminal anymore. Just mouse clicks do your Job. You can add and remove servers from the cluster within minutes. You can also monitor the Resources like CPU, RAM and Disk used by the main server or the slave servers. All the information is Updated in real time and the information is displayed in a intiuitive, simple yet detailed graphical interface.
You can Backup your containers using Virtualizor. Backing up a container basically creates a snapshot of your VPS and stores it. Hence if needed you could restore the container to its fully functional state using the Restore Container functionality in Virtualizor.