Intelligent Technologies for Automated Electronic Systems

Performance Analysis of Different Hypervisors Using Memory and Workloads in OS Virtualization

Author(s): J. Mary Ramya Poovizhi* and R. Devi

Pp: 74-86 (13)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815179514124010008

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


Virtualization is a cloud-computing technology that only needs one CPU to work. Virtualization makes it look like many machines are working together. Virtualization focuses mainly on efficiency and performance-related tasks because it saves time. This paper primarily focuses on operating system virtualization. It is the modified form of a standard operating system that allows users to operate different applications that produce a virtual environment to perform various tasks on the same machine by running other platforms. This virtual machine helps compare the performance of Type1 and Type2 hypervisors based on how much work they do and how much memory they use.

Keywords: Bare metal hypervisor, Cloud computing, Deadline, Deployment model, Energy consumption, Hosted hypervisor, Hyper-V, KVM, Optimization, OS virtualization, Service model, Task scheduling, Virtualized cloud, Vm placement, VMware, Xen.

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