Distributed Ceph and SAN network storages in VMmanager

Clusters in VMmanager can be connected to Ceph and SAN storages. Data in them is replicated and stored in a distributed manner. This increases security: in the event of a node failure, the virtual machine disks will not be affected. Ceph and SAN allow you to use high availability Unbreakable clusters in VMmanager.

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Ceph distributed storage

Ceph is a software-defined storage based on free software. Ceph has the advantage of high reliability: data is broken down into blocks, replicated and stored on different servers.

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Data replication in Ceph. Data replication in Ceph.

Redundancy of storage increases reliability. If one of the servers in Ceph fails, the data will be restored on the intact server.

Data recovery in Ceph. One of the servers failed, but the data that was stored on it was replicated on the other nodes Data recovery in Ceph. One of the servers failed, but the data that was stored on it was replicated on the other nodes

Ceph allows you to use fast SSDs for cache level - this provides high speed performance of the storage.

SAN network storage in VMmanager

SAN (storage area network) is a high-performance storage network that provides access to block devices in network storage via ISCSI, FC, FCoE or InfiniBand.

SAN setup in VMmanager SAN setup in VMmanager

Just like Ceph, SAN is reliable: data in it is backed up and stored on different disk shelves. Other advantages of SAN:

  • Saves rack space: disk shelves hold more physical disks than the server.
  • Easy to manage: SAN maintenance does not require special knowledge, as it is a hardware solution.
  • High-performance dedicated network.
  • High hardware reliability.

With distributed Ceph and SAN storage in VMmanager you can create high availability virtualization clusters

Virtual machines in such clusters are automatically recovered in case of disaster.

Try VMmanager with Ceph and SAN support Learn more about high availability clusters

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  • Multi-tenant architecture
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  • Built-in self-service portal
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Basic functionality of the virtualization platform

KVM hardware virtualization

Creating and managing KVM-based virtual machines

LXD containers

Creating and managing LXD containers

Guest OS repositories

A set of operating system templates to be installed on a VM

Local user management

Creating, editing and deleting local accounts for using the product

User management through MS AD/Free IPA/LDAP integration

Centralized management of user permissions through synchronization with Active Directory/Free IPA/LDAP directory

User self-service portal

Client area for ordering and managing services

Virtualization server management

Automated configuration and customized maintenance of the physical server

Support for leased physical equipment

The option to use rented physical servers

Support for L2 networks—VLAN, bond, bridge

The option to configure public and private networks, use VLANs to segment networks, add bridges, and create bonds

Support for L3 networks—IP-fabric

Support for L3-managed networks - iBGP-based IP-fabric, which can be used to create a VM cluster with public IP addresses over a private LAN

Support for virtual networks—VXLAN

The option to create virtual networks based on VxLAN technology, which function only among VMs of the same user

IP address management

Adding and deleting IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, creating PTR records

Geographically distributed node clusters

Managing geographically remote clusters of nodes from a single window

VM distribution policies by node

Configuring rules for placing VMs in cluster nodes

Software fine-tuning on a VM (Shell/PowerShell)

Installing, upgrading and configuring any software on virtual machines both when creating VMs and at any point in their lifecycle using Shell and PowerShell scripts

Network storages (Ceph/SAN)

The option to connect clusters to Ceph and SAN storage

Local storages

Support for local LVM storage (with RAW virtual disk format), DIR (with RAW and Qcow2 formats)

REST API available

Integration of VMmanager with any external software via REST API

Live migration of VMs between nodes

Migrating a VM to a new node without stopping

Live migration of VM disks between storages

Migrating a VM disk to another storage

Built-in VM backup system

Creating backups of a VM for its subsequent recovery, including automatically on schedule

Built-in node and VM monitoring system

Tracking RAM use, CPU and hard disk load, network activity, and promptly notifying the administrator if the indicators are exceeded

High availability

Organizing high availability infrastructure and ensuring continuous operation of services and business processes
ISPsystem ecosystem

Integration with BILLmanager

Integration with the billing system for the sale and resale of services

Integration with DCImanager

Integration with a multivendor IT infrastructure management platform

Integration with IPmanager

Integration with the control panel to manage the use of IP addresses

Integration with DNSmanager

Integration with the platform for automation of domain name server management
Third-party integrations

Integration with Terraform

Integration with resource management software as part of the Infrastructure as Code concept

Integration with Swagger

Integration with an interactive shell for working with API

Integration with Zabbix

Integration with the system for monitoring tasks, errors, VMs, IP addresses and physical servers

Integration with Grafana

Integration with the visualization system for integrated monitoring

Integration with Telegram

Integration with messenger to receive notifications about the status of VMs and cluster nodes

Integration with WHMCS

Integration with the billing system to sell various services as VPS, VDS, IaaS, and SaaS

Integration with PowerDNS

Integration with a high-performance DNS server
OS supported for platform installation


Option to install VMmanager on Astra Linux


Option to install VMmanager on Ubuntu