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WHMCS Improvements

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    Graeme Conkie

    Add load balancing feature as a product option in whmcs

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    Emre Aydin

    I'd be great to be able to see Network Usage Statistics graphs (like it's possible for CPU usage) on the end-user side.

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    Mihai Aldea

    You have now two different modules for different purposes. OnApp allows a service provider to sell old-style VPSs (similar with SolusVM) but having the benefit of failover. The targeted end-user is the one with limited control requirements that prefers to keep things simple, yet he can't benefit from the true cloud advantages.

    OnApp Users on the other hand grants the end-user with a lot more control over the resources he leased, being able to deploy multiple containers etc. But from a service provider stand point he has to brand the OnApp interface when everything would be way easier if the two modules would've merged to allow the end-user the same level of control from WHMCS as he'd have from OnApp. Plus, the service provider should carefully examine the huge OnApp ACL when creating a user profile template.

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    Alexander Rusa

    make the two modules (onapp and onappusers) compatible. I had to modify them a little bit to make it possible to sell VMs and Clouds through the same "webshop".

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    Travis Taylor

    Add the ability to automate private network provisioning through the OnApp WHMCS modules. Currently this feature is available if you are using OnApp with Hostbill and is not available to those of us who use WHMCS. Here is a link to the Hostbill module that achieves this feature: https://hostbillapp.com/features/app...visioning.html (the page has some https issues but the video is what you are after). Features of their module that I'd love to see in your module include are to automatically:
    Create private IP range to use by client in his cloud
    Create network, network zone & IP range in OnApp
    Assign network to VLAN in OnApp and HostBill
    Release IPs on service termination

    How it would look to the customer:

    It should be completely invisible to the customer. After they sign up for the first time OnApp/WHMCS would assign a VLAN and subnet to the customer as their private network zone. Each subsequent VPS that they sign up for would also have access to their private network zone. Then they would have the option on each vps to use their default (public) network zone or their private network zone. That is the idea anyway.

    FYI there is more on this in the thread over here: https://onapp.zendesk.com/entries/40559673

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    Travis Taylor

    Please add the ability for us to sell a secondary storage as a configurable option on each VPS. We could use this feature to offer slow storage in addition to faster (SSD) storage.

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    Eyvind Baadnes

    Please implement differential backup ability when using the whmcs module..

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    Eyvind Baadnes

    Incremental backup is badly needed!

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    Steven Craig

    The issue is that with your OnappVPS WHMCS module, we have created VPS plans with preset CPU,memory,primary disk size, CPU shares, swap disk size, port speed, and included IPs. The module supports configuration options, which is good to allow us to allow the customer to order more IPs, CPU share, Memory and port speed if they want/need it during the a new order or VM upgrade process. The issue is that the module errors out when doing this, and according to developers you told them to program it like this, so it either has to be preset and the user cannot add more or its configurable to the user and not preset. Its one way or the other and it cannot be both, which is what we need. To have VPS plans that come with X amount of stuff and if the user needs 2 more of X, they can order it. With the current module, its not possible. If needed we can provide a Diff file to fix this issue to add to your code so we dont have to fix it every time an update comes out.

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