The Virtualizor Team has released Virtualizor 2.3.3
This version has a major feature addition of supporting Xen and KVM on Ubuntu (we are giving it BETA status for now) and some minor bug fixes.
Below is a list of changes:
1) [Beta Feature] Ubuntu as a Host OS is now officially supported by Virtualizor for KVM and XEN virtualization. Virtualizor can be installed on Ubuntu 12.04 and you can create Guest VMs using Virtualizors User Interface or API. This makes Virtualizor one of the only VPS panel supporting XEN 4.1 and KVM on Ubuntu.
2) [Bug Fix] VPS were not re-sizing properly for Debian and Ubuntu based VPS. This is fixed now.
3) [Feature] Feedback Option added in Virtualizor Admin Panel.
4) [Bug Fix] Endusers could change the Boot order settings in enduser panel while VPS is in the rescue mode. This is fixed now.
5) [Bug Fix] UBC settings were stored incorrectly (if the text “unlimited” was used) while editing the VPS. This is fixed now.
6) [Bug Fix] Tun Tap feature was not working properly. This is fixed now.
7) [Bug Fix] Memory UBC parameters were overwritten in CentOS 6 which caused resource errors inside a VPS. This is fixed now.
8) [GUI Fix] Some minor GUI fixes were made in the RAM and CPU utilization pages respectively.
If you wish beta test Virtualizor Xen and KVM on Ubuntu and need a license, please contact us at email@example.com
We look forward to all your inputs on the Ubuntu beta testing.
Virtualizor supports OpenVZ, Xen and Linux-KVM and they all can be managed from the Master. We are adding more features and if you have any suggestions, do let us know. We hope you enjoy this version of Virtualizor.
The Virtualizor Team