Capisso VMPanel

clone1018

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Capisso VMPanel

Capisso VMPanel is an VPS control panel from Capisso which focuses on security, speed and usability. We'll be supporting OpenVZ, KVM and Xen from day one, and others will follow shortly after.

Our core goal with Capisso VMPanel is security, so we've designed many systems to keep your business safe, secure and updated. Here's a couple of things we've done with VMPanel to help you out.

  • PHPIDS - An intrusion detection system for PHP which logs every questionable request. Our panel safeguards you from almost all XSS and SQL injection exploits, but if you see something out of the ordinary, you can check it out or report it to Capisso for a more thorough look.
  • SaltStack - We're embedding the fantastic Salt Stack into our panel and it'll manage our clients on your server. Salt is fast, easy to use, extendable and fully secure.
  • Un-encoded Source - All of our panel and software is completely open to customers. Which allows you to quickly modify, edit or review any piece of code.
  • No IonCube - Since all of our software is open to customers, there's no reason to IonCube Encode a single line of code deployed on your server. Security through obscurity just doesn't work.
  • Secure RESTful JSON API - Our entire panel is built on the idea that the API is the panel, everything you can do with the panel you can do with the api, and providing your have HTTPS enabled on your panel domain/subdomain all contents of the requests you send will be encrypted. We've made it so even if you don't trust us for front end security, you can easily write a front end for yourself or your customers.
  • Freedom of SQL - With Capisso VMPanel you can use any of the SQL servers you'd like, that includes MySQL, MariaDB, Percona, SQL Server, PostgreSQL or even SQLite!
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Capisso VMPanel isn't quite ready, but it will be soon, but I want to get some initial feedback/feature requests from everyone. So if you have any questions/comments or concerns please do express them below or join us on IRC at irc.freenode.net #capisso but seriously, join IRC, I get lonely...

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Forgot to plug the website, check it out: http://capisso.org/
 
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Damian

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Verified Provider
I like it.

What will be the mechanism for control between master/slave nodes?
 
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BK_

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Sleek. I look forward to following this project, as it seems like it's got a lot of potential.
 

Otakumatic

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Looks nice!

If I put my hands back in the LEB game (probably 1 or 2 years from now since I'll be 18 this year), I may use this if it continues. :)
 

AnthonySmith

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Verified Provider
Like the look and ideas going in to this, few questions:

1) Will you be facilitating migration from other panels?

2) Any ideas on pricing yet?

If you need any input from a Xen perspective feel free to get in touch, sadly so many panels seriously fail to implement any of the great features of Xen and focus on boot/reboot/suspend/create only.

Ant.
 

clone1018

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Like the look and ideas going in to this, few questions:


1) Will you be facilitating migration from other panels?


2) Any ideas on pricing yet?


If you need any input from a Xen perspective feel free to get in touch, sadly so many panels seriously fail to implement any of the great features of Xen and focus on boot/reboot/suspend/create only.


Ant.
I'd love to have your input, contact me on IRC or just hit me up in an email or on here and we can talk about it.


As for migrations, I'll attempt to create a SolusVM one, that's pretty important to me, anything else and I'll have to take a look at it.


Pricing is still a big variable but we have a draft up at http://capisso.org/vmpanel/licensing/

IPv6 is going to be added but I'm still researching it and we'll be integrating with a couple billing panels, although Capisso might have something in store for billing, we'll see.
 

notFound

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Verified Provider
If you hit everything Anthony has just mentioned then this is really promising, personally I like this one over a lot of other new projects we have seen popping up. Price seems very fair too, infact a little too fair to be honest, but whatever you're comfertable with and can maintain development with. ;-)
 

clone1018

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Imo It is the best time for developers to make exhibitions on online fair :)
Control Panel World Fair ?( ???)?

If you hit everything Anthony has just mentioned then this is really promising, personally I like this one over a lot of other new projects we have seen popping up. Price seems very fair too, infact a little too fair to be honest, but whatever you're comfertable with and can maintain development with. ;-)
Thanks! I hope to do everything in my power to help you guys run your business. Can you comment more on the pricing? Is the per node low?
 

shovenose

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Verified Provider
Control Panel World Fair ?( ???)?

Thanks! I hope to do everything in my power to help you guys run your business. Can you comment more on the pricing? Is the per node low?
I think you should charge more up front or monthly, but not on a per node basis.
 

clone1018

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I think you should charge more up front or monthly, but not on a per node basis.
The thing about charging per node is it allows us to continue to grow with your business, if you have 20,000 servers but one panel you're only paying a minimal price per month. Which really doesn't allow us to provide solutions specifically for you. I dunno, there's pros and cons for both.

What do you think should be charged up front if we didn't have per node and how much if we did charge per node?
 

shovenose

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Verified Provider
The thing about charging per node is it allows us to continue to grow with your business, if you have 20,000 servers but one panel you're only paying a minimal price per month. Which really doesn't allow us to provide solutions specifically for you. I dunno, there's pros and cons for both.

What do you think should be charged up front if we didn't have per node and how much if we did charge per node?
Make an owned license of sorts, perhaps? You could always charge up front by how many nodes they have and charge an upgrade fee, just not monthly.

Like, $100 up front, $50 per year after that for updates and support. Maybe include 2 nodes with that. They can add more nodes for a one-time fee of $20 perhaps?
 
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