[Users] Buy Backup package

Narcis Garcia informatica at actiu.net
Wed Sep 7 07:28:11 PDT 2016

I may be wrong, but for the moment I believe we don't need particular
negotiations information in this list.

El 07/09/16 a les 13:47, José Manuel Giner ha escrit:
> Hello Vladimir,
> first of all, we don't need a service support, we only look for the
> product, without support, we will ensure the SLA from our side and with
> our own resources.
> I think they are useless, because we have our platform near to be
> finished and running (except the backup service). But the main goal is
> the price, at least for us, is expensive (120 USD per node)
> The migration from SolusVM to Virtuozzo 7 supose us to increase from 100
> €/month to 1200 €/month the licensing costs...
> *- We will understand a 15 USD/month price for your backup module
> (Please, review and consider it)*
> - We understand the 15 USD/month price for WHMCS
> - We understand the 15 USD/month price for CloudLinux
> - We understand the 15 USD/month price for a Plesk license
> - We understand the 15 USD/month price for a cPanel VPS license
> - We understand the 15 USD/month price for a SolusVM license
> - We understand the Proxmox model, ALL features available, and paid
> options for extra support.
> *- We definitely NOT understand a 120 USD/month of the Virtuozzo 7
> license, currently we pay 10€/month per node with SolusVM, VZ7 is 12
> times more expensive. We can understand this price if your customer
> invest millions of USD in his business and if it need 24x7 service
> support, but as I mentioned, we don't need support, we are looking just
> for the product.*
> As mentioned before, we don't need support, but also we don't want
> migrate from OpenVZ 6 to LXC, is this the reason that we are giving a
> chance to OVZ7 and ignoring other solutions like Proxmox or Virtualizor,
> by the moment...
> As backups are a BIG priority for hosting providers, we appreciate if at
> least you can give us the option to buy this module without the entire
> Virtuozzo license.
> Thanks
> On 07/09/2016 12:09, Vladimir Porokhov wrote:
>> Hi Jose!
>> We are positioning Virtuozzo 7 as a solution for service providers
>> that in comparison with OpenVZ7 provides our customers the most
>> cost-effective production ready services with SLA. Backup service is a
>> part of the solution, so we can’t detach it at this moment. Vz7 has a
>> lot of other advantages in addition to backup, it has also new very
>> flexible licensing policy now and it is available on Amazon
>> Marketplace to try and for production use.
>> Do you think other vz7 services and advantages useless in your case or
>> you find it too expensive?
>> Thank you!
>> -- 
>> Best regards,
>> Vladimir Porokhov
>> On 07.09.16, 11:47, "José Manuel Giner" <users-bounces at openvz.org on
>> behalf of jm at ginernet.com> wrote:
>>      In the OpenVZ release announce say:
>>           The main difference between the Virtuozzo (commercial) and
>> OpenVZ (free)
>>      versions are the EULA, *packages with paid features*, and Anaconda
>>      installer.
>>           That means that will be possible to buy the Backup package
>> for OpenVZ?
>>                --
>>      José Manuel Giner
>>      http://ginernet.com
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