What is Proxmox VE?

Proxmox Virtual Environment (or Proxmox VE for short) is an Open Source based server virtualization platform. It combines KVM and container virtualization and also manages classic virtual machines, containers, storage, and virtual networks  using a central interface or web-based management tool. Needless to say, Proxmox VE is fully secure and highly available.

What can Proxmox VE do for you?

A virtualization platform enables you to simultaneously run several systems with different operating systems on one single host. next layer operates several Proxmox VE clusters that provide highly available virtual machines.

How does Proxmox VE work?

Proxmox VE runs as a hypervisor directly on your hardware and can create numerous virtual machines. Proxmox VE runs via the Linux kernel and reduces the overhead you need to manage the virtual machines to an absolute minimum. Thanks to the large open-source community, the codebase is very stable and is constantly being developed further. The image shows the current status of the active machines: Proxmox

Proxmox VE by next layer provides you with:


  • Maximum availability through redundancy and cluster technology
  • High cost-efficiency thanks to transparent pricing
  • Optional: Shared firewall, load balancer, VPN gateway
  • Optional: Dedicated firewall VM
  • Available in two certified state-of-the-art data centers in Vienna

Who can benefit from using Proxmox VE?

Proxmox VE is ideal for any company striving to run its applications on a secure, highly available platform in Austria.

How much does Proxmox VE cost?

The total price varies according to the number of virtual CPUs, memory, and storage. Additional options include shared firewall, data backup, as well as mirroring to multiple data centers.

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