Proxmox VE is fast and easy to install
It's easy to start: Just download the ISO image and install Proxmox VE on your hardware. In five minutes you'll be creating your first virtual machines and containers.
Proxmox VE source code is licensed under the GNU AGPL, v3 and free to download and use. With the bare-metal installation, you'll get a complete operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux, 64-bit, a Proxmox VE Kernel with KVM and container support, great tools for backup/restore and HA clustering, and much more... Configuration is done easily via the clean web-based interface.
Ready to go? Take a look at the system requirements, then follow the steps below or read the full installation guide in the Proxmox VE documentation.
Download and Install
Download ISO image
The ISO image file is an image of a disk. Download the Proxmox VE ISO, then copy it to a USB flash drive or CD/DVD in order to use it.
Boot from USB or CD/DVD
Press 'Enter' to start the automatic installation wizard on your dedicated hardware.
If you need help with the installation read the documentation or get a technical support subscription.
Configure the host machine
You can configure the host easily via the web browser. No need to install a separate management tool.
Find all details in the documentation:
Note: Proxmox VE is a bare-metal installer, please be aware that the complete server is used and all existing data will be removed.
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A Proxmox VE training course is designed to help you master the concepts and features of Proxmox VE and are a great way to dive into the platform.
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