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Elastic Memory Management of Virtualized Infrastructures for Applications with Dynamic Memory Requirements
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We address the impact of vertical elasticity, in the shape of dynamic memory management, for applications with dynamic memory requirements when running on a virtualized environment. Expand
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A Generic Catalog and Repository Service for Virtual Machine Images
The widespread usage of virtualization has caused a major impact in disparate areas such as scientic computing, industrial busi- nesses and academic environments. This has led to a massive productionExpand
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Dynamic Management of Virtual Infrastructures
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This paper presents a set of components that ease the access and the usability of IaaS clouds by automating the VMI selection, deployment, configuration, software installation, monitoring and update of Virtual Appliances. Expand
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Self-managed cost-efficient virtual elastic clusters on hybrid Cloud infrastructures
In this study, we describe the ?further development of Elastic Cloud Computing Cluster (EC3), a tool ?for creating self-managed cost-efficient virtual hybrid elastic clusters on top of InfrastructureExpand
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Automatic memory-based vertical elasticity and oversubscription on cloud platforms
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This paper describes a system that integrates with the CMP to provide automatic vertical elasticity to adapt the memory size of the VMs to their current memory consumption, featuring live migration to prevent overload scenarios, without downtime. Expand
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STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE NEEDLE LIFT ON THE INTERNAL FLOW AND CAVITATION PHENOMENON IN DIESEL INJECTOR NOZZLES BY CFD USING RANS METHODS
Abstract It is well known that cavitation phenomenon in diesel injector nozzles has a strong influence on the internal flow during the injection process and spray development. However, its influenceExpand
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An Energy Manager for High Performance Computer Clusters
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This paper presents a general energy management system for HPC clusters and cloud infrastructures that powers off cluster nodes when they are not being used, and conversely powers them on whenthey are needed. Expand
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Serverless computing for container-based architectures
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This paper introduces a framework and a methodology to create Serverless Container-aware ARchitectures (SCAR). Expand
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An economic and energy-aware analysis of the viability of outsourcing cluster computing to a cloud
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This paper compares the total cost of ownership of a physical cluster with the cost of a virtual cloud-based cluster. Expand
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An energy management system for cluster infrastructures
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This paper presents a general energy management system for High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters and cloud infrastructures that powers off cluster nodes when they are not being used, and conversely powers them on when they need. Expand
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