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Virtualization with Proxmox VE

Proxmox Virtual Environment is an advanced open source server management platform for enterprise virtualization. It integrates the KVM hypervisor, Linux Containers (LXC), software-defined storage, and networking functionalities into a single platform.

With Proxmox VE, IT infrastructure can be virtualized seamlessly, optimizing existing resources and enhancing efficiency with minimal investment.

Proxmox enables easy virtualization of demanding application workloads on both Linux and Windows platforms, with dynamic storage scaling to match data processing needs, ensuring the data center is ready to scale as required.


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We are Proxmox Partner, demonstrating our commitment to delivering cutting-edge virtualization solutions based on open source principles.

What is Proxmox VE?

Proxmox VE is an advanced open source solution that combines KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) for virtual machines and LXC for containers within a unified web interface.

Its intuitive user interface allows full control of computing, storage, and networking resources, enabling users to configure and manage virtual environments easily.

Additionally, Proxmox VE integrates ready-to-use tools for configuring high availability between servers, software-defined storage, networking, and disaster recovery and operational continuity.

Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM)

KVM is the industry-leading Linux virtualization technology for complete virtualization. It is built into the Linux kernel and provides near-native performance on x86 hardware with virtualization support, Intel VT-x or AMD-V.

Container-based Virtualization (LXC)

LXC is an operating system-level virtualization environment for running multiple isolated Linux systems on a single Linux control host. Users can create and manage system containers or applications with a powerful API and simple tools.

Benefits of Proxmox VE

The Proxmox virtual environment is based on Debian GNU/Linux and uses a customized Linux kernel.

The source code of Proxmox VE is open, allowing everyone to use the software, inspect the source at any time, and actively contribute to the project.

  • Scalability and reliability: Proxmox VE supports high availability clustering, ensuring operational continuity and resource redundancy.
  • Simplified Management: the centralized web-based user interface allows easy management of virtual machines and containers, with advanced migration and monitoring capabilities.
  • Integrated Security: Proxmox VE includes firewall services, storage replication, and integrated backup for enhanced data security.
An example of a Proxmox panel available to our customers

Proxmox vs VMware

Proxmox and VMware are two distinct approaches to clustering solutions, each with specific advantages. Proxmox, as an open-source solution, offers flexibility and customization, ideal for organizations seeking agile and cost-effective solutions. Conversely, VMware is a renowned proprietary solution known for its robustness and advanced automation, suitable for environments requiring high stability and centralized management.

The choice between Proxmox and VMware depends on business objectives, budget, available resources, and IT management preferences. Both offer valid paths to IT efficiency and innovation, with Proxmox standing out for its flexibility and VMware for its reliability and automation capabilities.

If you want to learn more about how Proxmox VE can transform your IT infrastructure, contact us today. We are ready to collaborate with you to deliver customized virtualization solutions tailored to your business needs.