Proxmox Virtual Environment 4.4 Linux OS Released with New Ceph Dashboard, More

The release of the Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE) 4.4 server virtualization platform brings a handful of exciting new features to enterprise users who use the GNU/Linux distribution on their infrastructures. Among these, we can mention a new dashboard for Ceph and cluster, which might just come in handy for sysadmins who want to get an in-depth overview of Ceph’s monitors, status, and OSDs. Another interesting feature implemented in the Proxmox Virtual Environment (VE) 4.4 release is a GUI (Graphical User Interface) for creating unprivileged containers, which was only possible via the command-line in previous releases of the Linux OS. Additionally, it looks like several LXC templates for various operating systems have been updated and there’s a bunch of new functions for the Proxmox VE HA Stack.