Proxmox Virtual Environment 4.1 Released

The Proxmox server solution announced release of Proxmox Virtual Environment 4.1, latest stable update of Debian based GNU/Linux distribution which helps you to implement a secure and open source IT infrastructure wherever you need it. Similar to recent releases of Proxmox, this release is also based on Debian 8.x Jessy.

From release announcement:
Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH today released version 4.1 of its open-source server virtualization solution Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE). The virtualization platform enables users to create and manage containers and KVM virtual machines on the same host as well as to set up highly available clusters via an integrated web-based interface.

The recent release is based on the latest Debian Jessie and on the 4.2.6 kernel with LXC and QEMU 2.4.1. Based on the feedback from the Proxmox community and customers, countless small improvements and bugfixes went into the product. Included are better ZFS integration for the ISO installer, better startup and shutdown behavior, disk resizing for LXC containers, and also several LXC technology previews like for example support for unprivileged container or LVM thin support.
Find more information in Proxmox blog.

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