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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
I have a dedicated server - 500GB/ 8GB RAM I can also get a local server built if needed or use a laptop. I want to create virtual desktops that I can remote login into via RDP or VNC. There should be an easy way to manage the VMs and to change the MAC addresses of each VM. When disconnecting, the VM should suspend or disconnect. There should be over 500 VM images on the server. Best solution would to probably use a linked clone or something similar to that. Regarding IPs, I need to be able to remote login via a dedicated ip or a solution like noip.com. Then I need the VM to use a connected mobile hotspot system that I physically have. I need a way to for the server to access my local mobile hotspot internet as a proxy. Please let me know what solution you propose. ok
Skills: OpenVZ KVM Linux System Administration Network Administration
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Looking for an experienced server virtualization professional who will spend an hour writing with me on skype. I need to set up a hypervisor on my new server and need to get advice which one to choose together with which manager. I will run on the server a few hundred very low spec virtual machines simultaneously, so I need your advice which hypervisor works best for simultaneous performance. I am currently leaning towards KVM and I also need to know which manager would be the best for my needs and why (proxmox, ovirt, openstack or something else?). I also need to have copy paste functionality and easy connecting to each VM from the manager interface, together with shared folders etc, I basically need desktop virtualization functionality paired with server virtualization performance. I would also like to discuss if container based virtualization wouldnt be better for my needs and if a windows container based virtualization exists.
Skills: OpenVZ KVM Microsoft Hyper-V Server Virtualization