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SolusIO and WHMCS turnkey solution released!

SolusIO and WHMCS turnkey solution released!

Today we’re excited to announce the availability of our SolusIO and WHMCS turnkey solution that enables service providers to offer scalable on-demand virtual servers paired with a modern postpaid billing integration.

To get started, visit the WHMCS Marketplace and install the “SolusIO WHMCS Integration” from there.

The integration comes with a fully customizable and ready-to-use landing page for your end customers:

The SolusIO account can be setup within seconds. Of course, the email address needs to be validated by the customer before the account becomes active.

On the SolusIO side, all you need to do is create an API key. Next, define the prices per hour (and the monthly caps) by using our “token methodology”. This allows service providers to have easy pricing across different currencies (see also our documentation about the token methodology here).

And you are ready to go! Of course, the plan’s order can be changed to suit your needs:

The configuration on the WHMCS side is simple as well. You have to connect the WHMCS system with the SolusIO instance by using its URL and the API key. After that, you can define the real price per token for all enabled currencies and enable the integration.

You can also configure default limits for new customers. For more details about the detailed configuration, please see the WHMCS documentation.

After signing up for the service, your new and existing customers have access to the Cloud Hosting services and can directly jump to the SolusIO user interface by using the SSO (single sign-on):

The overview is also showing the current period usage and the number of servers (total and running).

After jumping to the SolusIO user interface, the server creation dialog now shows the plans in the defined order and the prices and tax information according to your configuration:

The invoices will be created automatically once every first day of a month, with the corresponding usage of the customer.

As this is the first version of the WHMCS Integration, we’re looking forward to your feedback. In the future, more features will be added also based on your input – so stay tuned!

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

If you have an idea for a feature that will help improve SolusIO for you and your customers, our Product team would love to hear from you.

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

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SolusIO 1.1.13940 Released

SolusIO – Version 1.1.13940 Released

We are proud to announce that we have released a new version of SolusIO, SolusIO v1.1.13940. This version provides some nice enhancements and new features.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New feature

  • Added the ability to configure IPv6 for virtual servers.

Added the ability to attach NFS remote storage as storage for a virtual server disk

In the admin area added a new section “Storage”.

An administrator can see list of added NFS Remote storage and add a new one.ne.

A new NFS storage adding.

Added NFS storage can be assigned to a compute resource storage.

Improvements

  • Added cores capping (64 physical cores per compute resource) to ensure compatibility for installations with high core density.
  • Servers can now be restored from a backup after resizing.
  • Added the ability to change the order of plans in the interface.

  • Added the ability to create applications using the /servers API endpoint.

Added cores capping (64 physical cores per compute resource) to ensure compatibility for installations with high core density.

  • If a compute resource has more than 64 physical cores, only 64 cores are taken into account for the license restriction.

Servers can now be restored from a backup after resizing.

Added the ability to change the order of plans in the interface.

An administrator can drag and drop plans according to priorities.

Added the ability to create applications using the /servers API endpoint.

The details are available by link https://docs.solus.io/api/#operation/create-a-new-server

Bugs

  1. Fixed the issues related to incorrect handling of applications’ data after server reinstallation.

  2. Fixed the issue with wrong display of update installation progress.

Plesk University

The SolusIO Professional course is available! Learn how to offer a scalable, API-first & Self-Service based PublicCloud experience to developers and businesses leveraging existing infrastructure. Enroll here.

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Planning your SolusIO infrastructure
  2. Deploying SolusIO master server
  3. Adding compute resources
  4. Setting up provisioning
  5. Provisioning virtual servers

Total time: 2 hours

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

If you have an idea for a feature that will help improve SolusIO for you and your customers, our Product team would love to hear from you.

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

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SolusIO 1.1.12990 Released

SolusIO – Version 1.1.12990 Released

We are proud to announce that we have released a new version of SolusIO, SolusIO v1.1.12990. This version provides some nice enhancements and new features.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New features

  • Added the ability to configure IPv6 for virtual servers.
  • Added the ability to set “Terms and conditions URL“
  • If billing integration is enabled SolusIO now shows total price, taxes and “terms and conditions” in virtual server creation page in user-area.
  • Added the ability to edit a billing user id in the admin-area UI.

Added the ability to configure IPv6 for virtual servers

SolusIO automatically checks if the added IPv6 block works for the connected compute resource. To see the result of the check, go to Compute Resources and click the compute resource’s name.

To carry out the check, SolusIO pings the gateway every minute. The purpose is to find any global IPv6 gateway in the network interface of the compute resource.

If the check fails, you’ll see “IPv6 isn’t available”. To troubleshoot this issue, you need to check if the compute resource has IPv6 configured. Certain providers don’t have IPv6 available and configured by default.

Admin can configure IPv6 block on “Add IP Block” page

The details are available on our public documentation: https://docs.solus.io/en-US/latest/administration/adding-ipv6-blocks.11/

Added the ability to set “Terms and conditions URL“

Admin can add terms and conditions URL in Setting → User-Area->Branding

“Terms and conditions” will be shown on user-area for end-user. If billing integration is enabled SolusIO now shows total price, taxes and “terms and conditions” in virtual server creation page in user-area.

Added the ability to edit a billing user id in the admin-area UI

Improvements

  1. The SCSI bus is now used for mounting cloud-init ISO files instead of IDE.

  2. IP addresses that are included in an IP block can now be used as the gateway for that IP block.

  3. API end-point “compute_resource_storages” was renamed to “storages”

Bugfixes

  1. Fixed the issue where the VNC console for Windows OS was displayed in monochrome instead of in color.

  2. Fixed the issue when mouse pointer offset didn’t work correctly in VNC console for Windows OS. (SIO-2170)

  3. IPv6 addresses that are included in an IP block can now be used as the gateway for that IP block.

Plesk University

Do not forget: The SolusIO Professional course is available! Learn how to offer a scalable, API-first & Self-Service based PublicCloud experience to developers and businesses leveraging existing infrastructure. Sign-up here!

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Planning your SolusIO infrastructure
  2. Deploying SolusIO master server
  3. Adding compute resources
  4. Setting up provisioning
  5. Provisioning virtual servers

Total time: 2 hours

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

 

 

 

 

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SolusIO WHMCS VPS Provisioning module released

SolusIO WHMCS Provisioning module released

We are proud to announce that we have released SolusIO WHMCS VPS Provisioning module. This module gives you the ability to sell traditional-style prepaid VPS.

The module allows you to do the following virtual server actions:

  • create
  • destroy
  • suspend
  • unsuspend
  • reboot
  • boot
  • shutdown

Installation

Configuration

Open the Account page in the SolusIO user-area to generate an API Token.

Configure SolusIO API access by adding a new server in WHMCS. Required fields are Hostname and Password.

SolusIO API Token should be saved in the password field.

Create a server group in WHMCS and assign the server which was created on the previous step.

Product Configuration

Create a product in WHMCS and select SolusIO VPS as the linked module and the server group you configured previously.

Select the Plan, Default Location and Operating System and save changes.

Optional Configuration

Locations

The module gives the ability to select a specific location on the ordering of a product. This is done in the form of configurable options.

Create a configurable option named Location. Add options with the following convention: locationId|locationName. This will take priority over selected location in product module settings.

Operating Systems

The module gives the ability to select a specific operating system on ordering of a product. This is done in the form of configurable options.

Create a configurable option named Operating System. Add options with the following convention: osId|osName. This will take priority over the selected operating system in product module settings.

SSH Key

The module gives the ability to specify an SSH key on on ordering of a product. This is done in the form a product custom field.

Create a custom field named SSH Key and type Text Area.

Yes, We’re Open Source

You can easily fork our project on Github and create your own amazing module.

https://github.com/solusio/solusiovps/tree/v1.0.0

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

 

 

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SolusIO 1.1.12097 Released

SolusIO – Version v1.1.12097 Released

We are proud to announce that we have released a new version of SolusIO, SolusIO v1.1.12097. This version provides some nice enhancements and new features.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New features

SolusIO has announced a new feature: Resize a virtual server.

Resize a virtual server

A user can upgrade their plan on the virtual server page in user UI.

This feature is available in admin UI or API.

The ability to resize a virtual server CPU and RAM only with the ability to return on the previous plan will be there soon.

Bugfixes

  1. Fixed the issue when creating a server’s snapshot failed if the snapshot couldn’t be created within one minute.
  2. Fixed the issue when email notifications about new servers in Portuguese contained the unnecessary colon character (“:”) in the servers’ passwords.
  3. Fixed the issue when the project creation pop-up had non-localized placeholders in the “Name” and “Description” fields.
  4. Fixed the problem when branding wasn’t applied to the login screen after logging out of User Area

Plesk University

Do not forget: The SolusIO Professional course is available! Learn how to offer a scalable, API-first & Self-Service based PublicCloud experience to developers and businesses leveraging existing infrastructure. Sign-up here!

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Planning your SolusIO infrastructure
  2. Deploying SolusIO master server
  3. Adding compute resources
  4. Setting up provisioning
  5. Provisioning virtual servers

Total time: 2 hours

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

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SolusIO 1.1.11382 Released

SolusIO – Version v1.1.11382 Released

We are proud to announce that we have released a new version of SolusIO, SolusIO v1.1.11382. This version provides some nice enhancements and new features.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New features

SolusIO has announced a new feature: The routed network type for IP block.

The routed network type for IP block

Admin can choose a network type on an adding/editing IP block page:

Routed

Use a routed network if you need to use the whole range of IP address given by your hosting provider.

The routed network means that virtual servers don’t connect directly to the physical network. The compute resource’s operating system routes the servers’ traffic to the physical network (the compute resource works as the gateway). If you select the routed network, the server’s MAC address isn’t exposed to the physical network.

Bridged

A bridged network means that virtual servers get direct access to the physical network. In the bridged network, the IP addresses of a server and the gateway must be within the same IP network. For example, if the gateway’s IP address 192.168.1.1 is within the IP network 192.168.1.0/24, the server’s IP address must also be within the 192.168.1.0/24 network (for example, 192.168.1.2). If you select the bridged network, the server’s MAC address is exposed to the physical network.

Details here: https://docs.solus.io/en-US/latest/quickstart/administration/7-setting-up-sending-out-email-notifications.3/#adding-an-ip-block

In addition to the routed network type for IP block, we are excited to announce Japanese language support.

Japanese language support

Added support of the Japanese language.

Improvements

  1. Email notifications were translated: end-users can now receive the notifications in their language.
  2. Added new beautiful page for functions under construction.

Bugfixes

  1. Fixed the issue when virtual servers hang on boot on the host with Debian 10 or Ubuntu 20 because of the wrong SCSI controller model.

Plesk University

Do not forget: The SolusIO Professional course is available! Learn how to offer a scalable, API-first & Self-Service based PublicCloud experience to developers and businesses leveraging existing infrastructure. Sign-up here!

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Planning your SolusIO infrastructure
  2. Deploying SolusIO master server
  3. Adding compute resources
  4. Setting up provisioning
  5. Provisioning virtual servers

Total time: 2 hours

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

 

 

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SolusIO 1.1.11033 Released

SolusIO – Version 1.1.11033 Released

Find out what’s new in SolusIO! Release notes contain information about new features, improvements, known issues, and bug fixes in each release.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New features

SolusIO has announced a new feature: Multiple languages support.

SolusIO added the support following languages:

  1. German
  2. Spanish
  3. Russian
  4. French
  5. Italian
  6. Turkish
  7. Dutch (Netherlands)
  8. Portuguese

Admin can manage which languages will be available for end-users on the Settings page:

The ability to switch languages available in Admin and User areas

Admin area

 

User-area

Update Licence ( Retail only)

If you are planning to upgrade, or downgrade CPU cores for your SolusIO license, those services are now available via my.plesk.com

Improvements

  1. Split the permissions to “Get” and “Manage” for Applications, Compute Resources, Limit Groups, Plans, Roles, Servers, SSH keys, Settings, Tasks, Users, and Updates.
  2. It’s now possible to disable the registration of new users. Registration is disabled by default for new installations.
  3. Split the “Tokens” field into two new fields in plans – “Tokens per month” and “Tokens per hour”.
  4. Added the new “Tasks” tab for virtual servers to observe and manage the tasks of a server.
  5. It is now possible to filter icons by their type.

Bugfixes

  1. Fixed the issue when the network service couldn’t be brought up after restart on Debian 10 and Ubuntu 20.
  2. Fixed the issue when free disk space in the QCOW storage type was not reclaimed by the host system.
  3. Fixed the issue when a virtual server got less RAM size than it was defined in the plan.
  4. Fixed the issue when nothing happens in the interface after a server was deleted in the admin area.
  5. Fixed the issue with the “Save” button layout in the user area on the Account page.
  6. Fixed the wrong text message shown after a new OS version was created.
  7. Fixed the issue with the case sensitive search for icons when creating or editing locations.
  8. Fixed the issue with a field for Plesk applications, which were not required.
  9. Fixed the issue when the “Server reinstall” task hangs in the “Queued” state.
  10. Fixed the issue when a server can’t be started because the Open vSwitch port is not attached to the bridge.
  11. Fixed the issue when Installer doesn’t reissue a Let’s Encrypt certificate after reconfiguration at the hostname change.

Plesk University

The SolusIO Professional course is available! Learn how to offer a scalable, API-first & Self-Service based PublicCloud experience to developers and businesses leveraging existing infrastructure. Enroll here.

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Planning your SolusIO infrastructure
  2. Deploying SolusIO master server
  3. Adding compute resources
  4. Setting up provisioning
  5. Provisioning virtual servers

Total time: 2 hours

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

If you have an idea for a feature that will help improve SolusIO for you and your customers, our Product team would love to hear from you.

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

 

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SolusIO 1.1.10196 Released

SolusIO – Version 1.1.10196 Released

Find out what’s new in SolusIO! Release notes contain information about new features, improvements, known issues, and bug fixes in each release.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New features

SolusIO has announced a new feature: Reinstalling Virtual Server

  • Virtual Server reinstallation means the recreation of a virtual server with the same IP address, location, and resource plan.
  • A user can change an operating system, an application, ssh keys, and user-data during the reinstallation process.
  • Reinstalling a virtual server is available on server page.

User-area

Admin-area

SolusIO added the ability to lock and suspend user accounts.

  • Available via UI and API

Improvements

  • Added new applications: Plesk, cPanel, and Cloudron.

  • Added the ability to create backups in the user area.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed the issue when an API error was not handled during server creation in the admin area when no suitable storage in the compute resource existed.
  • Fixed the issue when an API authorization token was kept in /etc/solus/agent.json after compute resource installation.
  • Fixed the issue when a new SSH key didn’t appear in the interface after the key was added in the user area.
  • Fixed the issue when all notifications in the admin area had one and the same date.
  • Fixed the issue when the “run version update” task couldn’t be retried.
  • Fixed the issue when the task could hang if RabbitMQ restarted.
  • Fixed the issue when the “Power Off” button for virtual servers was missing from the admin area.
  • Fixed the issue when virtual server creation failed with the “Failed to create PTY: Operation not permitted” error.

If you have an idea for a feature that will help improve SolusIO for you and your customers, our Product team would love to hear from you.

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

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Our Roadmap for 2020

SolusIO - Our Roadmap for 2020

We launched SolusIO Technical Preview yesterday. Today, we would like to talk about what we have planned for our first release in 2020 when we’re leaving Beta.

Support for Predefined Applications

With our upcoming “Applications” feature that we’re going to release in Q2, you will be able to offer Plesk, cPanel, WHMCS, or WordPress to your customers.

Users can directly deploy the applications as a virtual server, controlled and managed from one interface.

Support for Predefined Applications

You can even add your own applications by specifying an operating system and an install script.

As of today, your users can already do an automated installation of anything else by using the cloud-init user-data feature.

Cloud-init

Cloud-init is the de-facto industry standard for cross-platform cloud instance initialization. SolusIO utilizes cloud-init to configure and manage the virtual servers, thus allowing maximum compatibility with the pre-built distribution images available from popular vendors.

Cloud-init

Maintenance efforts are also consequently optimized, as these predefined images can be used instead of creating special images for every instance type.

The ability to build or modify the images as needed goes without saying.

In addition to that, the end-user gains the ability to automate a whole array of tasks to the provisioning process using the cloud-init user-data scripting feature.

Cloud-init will identify the operating system it is running on during boot and initialize the system accordingly. This includes setting up the network and storage devices, configuring SSH access keys, and many other useful features. Later on, cloud-init can also parse optional user data that was passed to the instance by the user to automate a whole array of tasks in the provisioning process.

WHMCS Integration

A strong focus on WHMCS is one of SolusIO’s main benefits. SolusIO Release 1 will come with a well-documented billing and provisioning API including an SDK to integrate into existing systems.

WHMCS

We would like to improve it even further by delivering a turnkey solution, meaning a ready-to-use WHMCS integration!

Here are some modules we’re working on in Q1:

  1. WHMCS provisioning module
  2. WHMCS billing module

These modules allow you to create, destroy, suspend, unsuspend, upgrade, downgrade, reboot, boot and shutdown virtual servers, plus functions to provision virtual servers in different locations, all directly from within WHMCS or to create a range of reseller resource products allowing orders to be auto-provisioned instantly on payment for example.

OpenVZ Support

Like SolusVM our new SolusIO will also have a set of powerful virtualization technologies with support for container-based and hypervisor virtualization.

OpenVZ Support

To provide a competitive system to hyperscalers like DigitalOcean, Vultr, etc. we started with KVM based on libvirt.

In upcoming releases starting from Q2 we’ll add support for OpenVZ and others, too.

Migration Tools

The Migration tools are a central element of our roadmap and we have plenty of ideas for it.

For existing SolusVM customers that want to upgrade to SolusIO we will provide a set of tools to make the transition as easy as possible by reducing the manual efforts to a minimum.Migration Tools

The tools will even help you to migrate from other virtualization platforms to SolusIO with minimal efforts.

Of course, existing SolusVM customers can continue to use the product and it will still be supported. But we strongly recommend upgrading to SolusIO as soon as possible to boost your business with our smart solution!

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Instant Access – SolusIO Tech Preview

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of our
Technical Preview of SolusIO!

Our goal is to give ISPs, MSPs, CSPs, and WebPros the solutions they need for their unique digital transformation journeys. As companies leverage our innovative technologies, they are driving new results for their businesses and their customers.

SolusIO is the offspring of SolusVM. SolusIO marks a new milestone for simplifying virtual infrastructure management. It is a new product with a clean self-service user interface, offers great new UX, and we’re planning for it to include the most requested features from our partners and community.

Want to give it a go? Here’s what to do:

  1. Sign-up for technical preview.
  2. Check your inbox for installation instructions.
  3. Install the latest release by using our Quick Start Guide.

… and elevate into another level of virtual infrastructure management!

The Tech Preview

Explore the admin interface

The admin interface provides administrators full control over the whole SolusIO system. Managing compute resources (the servers the virtual machines are later running on) is as simple as adding a new OS image.

This is the overview of the Compute Resources. Every compute-resource can also be assigned a location which may be a floor, room, city, country, or whatever you like.

The compute-resources settings like paths, system settings, limits, and others can be changed here as well.

Disk and memory usage parameters can be monitored from the same interface. A valuable feature of SolusIO is its integrated task scheduler with queuing. This means every action is not only executed in a “fire-and-forget” manner but can be added to a queue and its execution is being monitored.

Tasks

The administrator can see all tasks and check for more information in case a task failed. Failed tasks can of course also be restarted and hanging tasks can be stopped. The progress is shown for every long-running task  (e.g. the installation of an operating system).

“With SolusIO, we prioritize customer experience and create
a better way to simplify virtualization management.”

Plans

The system owner can create plans that can be selected by the end-user later in the server creation process. The plans can be used to offer different sizes of virtual machines, e.g. different amounts of memory or vCPUs.

The plans can be assigned a so-called “token count” that represents a virtual currency. So the system owner doesn’t have to bother with prices directly in SolusIO as this is solely the responsibility of the billing system. The token count specifies a value for an hour of uptime and will be resolved to a real price by the billing API or respectively the billing system.

The real price given back can be calculated on a token count, user type, user country, etc. So for example a European customer will see different Euro prices than a US customer that will see USD prices.

Create a new Project

Projects are used to separate the virtual servers into groups – e.g. for different clients or different customer projects.

New projects can be added whenever needed. Every project can involve various members with different roles and permissions. For example, the admin can assign permissions so one user or group of users can only view the server console, but is not allowed to delete it.

Create a Server

The clean self-service user interface gives your customers full control with on-demand features, from deploy to destroy their servers. After selecting a location, an operating system, and a plan, the user is ready to create the server.

Optionally SSH keys, cloud-init userdata, a name and a description can also be specified.

The new server will be shown in the project’s overview. Here e.g. it can be power-cycled or a VNC console can be requested. Of course, running servers can also be terminated and deleted here.

After clicking on a specific server the user can see the details like the selected package, the current usage costs, the traffic consumption, the I/O, and the CPU usage.

“But not only plain operating systems can be installed with SolusIO.”

Create an Application

Besides the selection of a “vanilla” (similar to clean/no modifications) operating system, the user can choose to directly deploy an application to the virtual server. This can be a Plesk, a cPanel, a WHMCS, or even a WordPress instance running on Plesk using WordPress Toolkit.

Everything controlled from one interface. Of course, the whole user interface can be adjusted to suit the service provider’s needs by modifying the underlying CSS and images.

Invite members

Invite other members, be it family, friends, or colleagues, to securely manage servers within a project – without giving them full access rights to your account.

New members can be easily added to the project and will receive an invitation to register and get access.

This whole feature can be controlled by the admin and of course can also be turned off if not wanted. After the user successfully registered and logged in the existing servers can be managed or new servers can be created.

But the user experience goes even further – there’s not only the graphical user interface but also…

Rest API

A full-fledged REST API, since SolusIO has been completely built with the “API first” approach.

The whole REST API is documented both using Swagger and in written form with many examples on how to use. To make it easier for developers we are also providing an SDK for major programming languages soon.

“Everything you can do in the graphical user interfaces (meaning admin and user interface) is also available via a RESTful API.”

Admins can automate tasks like adding compute resources or monitor servers. Developers can create API keys to provision and manage their servers from their code.

Migration

For existing SolusVM customers that want to upgrade to SolusIO we will provide a set of tools soon to make the transition as easy as possible by reducing the manual efforts to a minimum.

Of course, existing SolusVM customers can continue to use the product and it will still be supported. We strongly recommend upgrading to SolusIO as soon as possible to boost your business with our smart solution!

For Service Providers & Enterprises

SolusIO is built for both, service providers and organizations.

Service providers can offer the product to their customers by providing the self-service portal or just resell the licenses to enable them to build up their own businesses like DigitalOcean, Vultr, Hetzner Cloud, etc.

  • Sell virtual servers to your customers via a self-service portal giving the ability to deploy and manage virtual servers on demand.
  • Enable web professionals to work more efficiently so that they can meet rapidly changing customer needs.

Organizations or Enterprises can use solus.io for in-house virtualization to deploy and manage servers on-demand within their private infrastructure.

  • Grant permissions to your development teams to manage and create servers on-demand.
  • Automate creating test environments via build tasks or integrate via REST API.
  • Align offerings with evolving customer expectations

There are lots to explore. Let’s go!


We hope this preview inspires you and your digital business transformation.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively.