Enomalism: XEN Virtualization Management Console

Quoting from the Enomalism official site:

The Enomalism Virtualized Management Console (VMC) is a powerful web-based systems administrator / management tool for XEN hypervisor. Servers with hundreds of multiple isolated Virtual Private Servers (VPS) can be managed like a standalone server with Enomalism tools which include a VPS creation wizard and templates which facilitate VPS configuration, loading applications and centralized software management & deployment.

Enomalism also provides a single interface for managing multiple servers across assorted platforms. The same administrator can monitor and administer both Linux and Windows servers using the same Enomalism interface without having to learn extensive OS skills. Enomalism also eases cross-server and large server farm management. Applications can be deployed and updated on many servers simultaneously. The Enomalism provides a centralized look at server information and software versions across all server resources, facilitating versioning and patch management.

The web interface is developed in Django/Python and served by Twisted (a Python web server). It’s quite identical to the VMware ESX/GSX Server web management console but integrates Nagios also for servers discovery and services availability check.
The project is Open Source and really worth to check.

Thanks to OSNews for the news.