HC Virtualization Module is a powerful web-based VPS control panel that allows easy creation and management of Hyper-V and VMware virtual machines. It empowers providers of any size to raise a virtual setup (Windows, Linux), ground up in minutes, deploy VPS instantly and manage everything through the web.
Manage all your virtual machines through a self-served web interface. Permit your customers to control their virtual servers from their own browsers.
Reduce the time it typically takes to deploy a VPS. Start, pause, shut down and reboot a VPS all from the web.
Use preconfigured OS templates as master copies for creating many consistent and standardized VMs. Create templates for many flavours including Windows, CentOS, Ubuntu and Debian.
Configure web console for Hyper-V and enable your clients to access their virtual machines through any convenient web browser.
Take advantage of Hyper-V failover clustering to shift workloads to other nodes in case of failure.
Confine your virtual servers to their own hosting accounts. Restrict other users from viewing and accessing unauthorized machines.
Either provision your virtual machines through Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESXi, two best of breed in-house hypervisors or adopt the cloud wholesale. Hosting Controller delivers the best of both worlds.
The cloud IaaS delivery wing of Hosting Controller comprises some of the most potent public clouds including Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. You can provision your VMs in any of these public clouds. The extensible architecture of these underlying platforms lets providers and end users alike take advantage of:
Hosting Controller takes advantage of Hyper-V failover clustering to extend resilience to your virtual infrastructure. It brings a fortified solution where if a problem is encountered, workloads are shifted to other nodes, ensuring constant uptime.
In the perilous world of service provisioning one of the most sought-after features is failover capability. As a VPS provider you should always ensure high availability of your virtual servers. Hyper-V failover clustering provides a helpful option to shift your server workloads to other hosts in case of failure. Hosting Controller takes advantage of Hyper-V failover clustering to extend resilience to your virtual infrastructure, bringing a fortified solution where if a problem is encountered, workloads are shifted to other nodes, ensuring constant uptime.How Failover Clustering Works
No need to have a desktop RDP client to access your virtual machines. Allow your clients to log on to their VMs through a secure https connection, from any web enabled device.
Web console is available for both Hyper-V and VMware.
Get clear insights with easy to comprehend visual representations and views and make informed decisions based on business intelligence.
Determine total resources used on each individual node in the cluster or view bandwidth used by each virtual machine. Additionally monitor bandwidth, CPU, RAM and IO usage of each individual VM through vibrantly displayed graphical charts.
See the system requirements for installing our virtualization module and view its benefits.Benefits Requirements
Either allow your customers to signup through WHMCS, Clientexec or permit them to use Hosting Controller’s own Marketplace.
HC Marketplace is a customizable storefront, allowing your customers to automatically sign-up for various VPS products and services and provision accounts directly into Hosting Controller. It simplifies the overall signup and checkout process, providing customers the ability to pay through credit card. It also comes reinforced with a full spectrum billing system.
Onboard all your existing machines to the panel with a few simple clicks. Import machines with all their existing configurations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking.
Doesn’t matter if it’s a Hyper-V machine or a VMware one. You can import virtual machines on both platforms to the control panel.
HC Virtualization Module not only eases transition from traditional Web Hosting to VPS Hosting but also lets all stake holders in the hosting chain (VPS providers, resellers/value-added resellers (VARs), end users) go viral instantly through a central console.
All tasks can be managed centrally, without the need of opening separate interfaces.