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Proxmox VE 5.1 Released a Major Dot Release Upgrade

Proxmox VE 5.1 is now out and has some major changes including updates to a more modern Linux Kernel, ZFS 0.7.2 and Ceph Luminous LTS

Proxmox VE 5.0 Released

Proxmox VE 5.0 has been released with upgrades to the underlying Debian (Stretch), Ceph (Luminous 12.1) and other technologies

Create the Ultimate Virtualization and Container Setup (KVM, LXC, Docker) with...

We have the guide to creating the ultimate virtualization and container setup, with management GUIs, using Proxmox VE 5.0, Docker and Portainer

Proxmox VE 5.0 Beta Released – Major Changes!

The new Proxmox VE 5.0 Beta has been released and there are major changes to the underpinnings including an update to Debian Stretch and Ceph Luminous

Creating a Proxmox VE VM Template to Speed Virtual Machine Deployment

We show how to create a Proxmox VE virtual machine template that one can use to greatly speed VM deployment across a Proxmox VE hyper-converged cluster

Converting a Hyper-V vhdx for use with KVM or Proxmox VE

We show how you can convert a Hyper-V vhdx for use with KVM virtualization including the popular Proxmox VE virtualization solution

Proxmox VE 4.3 Released

The Proxmox VE 4.3 release has some minor improvements to the GUI and underpinnings. We do like the new SSD SMART wear out monitoring feature for major SSD manufacturers

Proxmox VE 4.2 Released

Proxmox VE 4.2 is now released with several upgrades including a Debian Jessie 8.4.0 base, LXC container upgrades and even Let's Encrypt support

Automating Proxmox VE ZFS offsite backup (rsync.net)

A quick tutorial on how to automate a daily backup of Proxmox VE ZFS based virtual machines to an offsite service (rsync.net)
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Automating Proxmox ZFS backups with pve-zsync

Today we have a quick how-to guide on Proxmox VE's new feature: pve-zsync. The pve-zsync features allows one to take automated backups of ZFS / virtual machine volumes.

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