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Is there a possibility to create Amazon AWS-like VPS's for development or to lend/resell colleague friend

Carlos Soares 6 years ago updated 6 years ago 11
Is there a possibility to create a plugin for Ajenti a Amazon AWS-like VPS, that can be acessed by, at least, ssh? Or does this exist already?

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I would recommend a ready-made solution such as Proxmox
GOOD, I'M SATISFIED
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If you mean a virtualization hypervisor control plugin, no, it doesn't exist yet.
Well what I mean is the possibility to create something like hypervision yes. where I can create a basic Server OS snapshot images that can be easily loaded, deleted etc. and give someone else the ssh authentication so that they can do whatever they want with it without affecting me.
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I cloned a snapshot of a server image that I have been working with Ajenti -V starting about 6 months ago, stable with about 20 sites on it. I stripped the websites out and changed the user and authentication keys. I use this now when a client wants a full blown WordPress site deployment system, or they modify it after delivery for their particular use. I buy a new IP address and copy the clone to the storage device and pick the flavor of server, RAM and Dedicated Core processors. (this is not a plugin as you had asked, but my solution).
Thank you for your feedback Stu and what software do you use for that?
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You're welcome Carlos. I work with Wordsrack, a company in the US, with US and European Data Centers. http://apps.wordsrack.com
Their website doesn't work that well though...
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Right. that's just for support, there is nothing to see there unless you log in. http://wordsrack.com is the main site.
But they're selling this service, not something I can plug in my own dedicated server.
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I know what you mean Carlos, and I've done this too. For a dedicated machine you can partition it into a VPS using the Xen Project Hypervisor (open source) on any Linux distro. This is how companies like Linode build their solutions. Cloning and moving the images is another story.
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I would recommend a ready-made solution such as Proxmox
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Proxmox looks nice... Will need further investigation. Thank you very much!