Hundreds of Nodes can be managed from one Master Server with Virtualizor. You can easily add or remove a Node in your Virtualizor Cluster. OS templates that you can download and deploy by the click of a button! Virtualizor provides complete statistics for Node as well as the VMs. You can use our API to integrate into different billing systems. Virtualizor has an inbuilt billing panel. Using this feature admins can create plans and pricing for Resellers and charge them for using VMs on hourly basis. Admin can also setup resource pricing for extra resource utilization. Also it has three built-in payment gateways Paypal, Payumoney and 2checkout for making payments and adding funds into virtualizor. Virtualizor supports the remote creation of Virtual Machines.
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All customers get a general purpose machine f1-micro instance per month for free, not charged against your credits. Predefined machine types: Start running quickly with pre-built and ready-to-go configurations. Rightsizing recommendations: Optimize resource utilization with automatic recommendations. E2 machines offer the lowest on-demand pricing for general purpose computing, and support up to 32 vCPUs and GB of memory. N2 , N2D , and N1 are second generation general-purpose machines offering the best price-performance ratio. They support up to vCPUs and GB of memory and are good for web serving, app serving, and back office applications. Memory-optimized machines offer the highest memory configurations with up to 12 TB for a single instance. They are well suited for memory-intensive workloads such as large in-memory databases like SAP HANA and in-memory data analytics workloads. Compute-optimized machines provide the highest performance per core on Compute Engine and are optimized for workloads such as high performance computing HPC , game servers, and latency-sensitive API serving. These VMs are designed for your most demanding workloads such as machine learning and high performance computing.
Virtual machines are based on computer architectures and provide functionality of a physical computer. Their implementations may involve specialized hardware, software, or a combination. Some virtual machine emulators, such as QEMU and video game console emulators , are designed to also emulate or "virtually imitate" different system architectures thus allowing execution of software applications and operating systems written for another CPU or architecture. Operating-system-level virtualization allows the resources of a computer to be partitioned via the kernel. The terms are not universally interchangeable. A "virtual machine" was originally defined by Popek and Goldberg as "an efficient, isolated duplicate of a real computer machine. A host can emulate several guests, each of which can emulate different operating systems and hardware platforms. The desire to run multiple operating systems was the initial motive for virtual machines, so as to allow time-sharing among several single-tasking operating systems. In some respects, a system virtual machine can be considered a generalization of the concept of virtual memory that historically preceded it. Unlike virtual memory, a system virtual machine entitled the user to write privileged instructions in their code.