Cloudmin, a UI built on top of Webmin for managing virtual systems, such as Xen, KVM and OpenVZ instances, is now at version 7.0.
Cloudmin 7.0 is now available for download from the developer's YUM and APT repositories, and it features numerous improvements.
Highlights of Cloudmin 7.0:
• Virtual systems can now be backed up to and restored from Amazon S3 and Rackspace Cloud Files;
• Bandwidth data files are now split up into weekly chunks. This measure reduces the runtime of the bandwidth.pl cron job;
• Virtual systems running FreeBSD under KVM can now be managed by Cloudmin in just the same way as Linux systems. This includes IP address assignment, disk creation and deletion, imaging and status monitoring.
Cloudmin can be used to can create, destroy, resize, startup, shutdown and restrict multiple instances using different virtualization technologies, from a single interface.