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Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 2 Deploying

In Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 2 we deploy a small Proxmox VE hyper-converged solution using KVM virtualization and ZFS-backed Gluster storage

Building a Proxmox VE Lab Part 1 Planning

In this article, we are going to plan a Proxmox VE lab where we will build a hyper-converged cluster with KVM and Gluster

9-Step Calm and Easy Proxmox VE Boot Drive Failure Recovery

We go through our 9-Step process for calm and easy Proxmox VE boot drive failure recovery. This happened to us recently so we made a guide

Proxmox VE 6.2 Release is Available

Proxmox VE 6.2 release is out with updated features for this popular virtualization, clustering, and storage platform. We discuss and show some of the new changes.

Proxmox VE 6 Initial Installation Checklist

We have our Proxmox VE 6 initial installation checklist for getting repositories setup and getting the system running quickly after installation

Proxmox VE 6.0 Released New ZFS and Ceph Improvements

Proxmox VE 6.0 has been released with new Debian 10, Ceph Nautilus, and ZFS updates that will be the next-generation for the platform's development

Proxmox VE 5.3 Released CephFS Integration and Storage GUI

Proxmox VE 5.3 is out with some major new features. CephFS now has integration with Proxmox VE hyper-converged clusters. There is a new storage GUI for creating and adding ZFS to the cluster. PCIe pass-through is enabled via a GUI. All of these small features increase the addressable market for Proxmox

Setup Docker on Proxmox VE Using ZFS Storage

We show you how to setup Docker on Proxmox VE using ZFS storage as the backend, even using a rpool backend for Docker storage

Proxmox VE 5.2 and AMD EPYC it Works Great

We put Proxmox VE 5.2 on a number of AMD EPYC test systems to see how the latest version of the open source virtualization and storage framework performs.

Proxmox VE 5.2 Released with cloud-init and LE certificates

Proxmox VE 5.2 is now out based on Debian 9.4 and an upgraded 4.15 Linux kernel. For a dot release, it has great features like GUI cluster creation and joining, ACME Let's Encrypt certificate management, and cloud-init.