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HyperVM was a multi-tiered, multi-server, multi-virtualization software product allowing a Virtual private server (VPS) vendor to provision, manage and delegate Xen- or OpenVZ-based virtual private servers. HyperVM also comes integrated with Kloxo hosting control panel which means that, using HyperVM, the provider can deploy a full-fledged web hosting system out-of-the-box. HyperVM also allows users to manage VPS' across multiple servers transparently: it provides a mechanism to manage their networking configuration (IP address, gateway) from the control panel itself, and has a full-fledged IP address pool to facilitate large scale management.
HyperVM is tightly integrated with Kloxo, and all Kloxo functions can be accessed from HyperVM without needing to log into Kloxo.
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On July 10, 2009, Kloxo and HyperVM was announced as open source software. Since then, it has been extensively upgraded. Some of the notable features of Hypervm now include:
- Integration with WHMCS and AWB
- Cross Datacenter Deployment
- Distributed management via single console
- Hierarchical client system.
- Web-based graphic user interface
- OpenVZ and Xen virtualization support
- Windows Virtualization via Xen
- Intelligent IP handling
- Traffic Shaping and Network management
- A Built in messaging system
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