Bruce Herndon

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  • Vikram Makhija VMware, Bruce Herndon VMware, +8 authors Eric Zamost
  • 2006
The increasing speed of computing resources coupled with the rise of robust and flexible virtual machine technology creates opportunities for consolidating multiple, variably loaded systems onto a single physical server. Traditional server benchmarks, which focus on a single workload, do not capture the system behavior induced by multiple virtual machines.(More)
Traditional benchmarking of new architectures often involves running a workload on a single system with a single OS. In such a setup, the objective is typically to stress a single resource (e.g., CPU) and produce a single number used to characterize the performance of the system. Newer benchmarks have extended this paradigm by testing the performance of(More)
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