I have now been using PVE in our production rack at the datacentre running on 2 HP rack nodes so far as a cluster, using SAS drives in RAID5.
Hugely impressed with the system, setting-up Ubuntu servers is a breeze. I will keep you posted on our findings and write a nice testimonial for your site.
I have a few ideas for version 1.0 (although you have probably already thought of them) :-
1) Disk management - ability to add extra drives to a node and add them to the drive space or use them for backups etc.
2) Template locations - ability to change the template locations so they can be stored on a separate cheap SATA drive for instance instead of the higher priced SAS RAID space.
3) Template management - ability to set-up a container with a template, add some more packages to it then convert it back into a template for rapid deployment of server configurations.
4) Option to (3) Container copying - ability to take a running container and copy it to another container but change the IP address allocated and other fix-ups to prevent conflicts.
5) Physical Linux server migration script - a script which can be run on a physical Linux server to back it up and convert it into a container file, I know there a few instructions for doing this but they are not very up to date or easy to follow for Debian users. Even better would be to use Rsync on the physical server then point the PVE interface at it for an automated method (not sure if that is even possible).
That's all I can think of so you have clearly done a fantastic job.
Regards to you all
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