Phithak Thaenkaew

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Live migration of virtual machines is the ability to move running virtual machines between two computers with minimal downtime. Although various migration mechanisms such as pre-copy, post-copy, and state compression have been proposed, they may suffer long migration times when the migrating virtual machines run large computation and memory intensive(More)
Pre-copy live migration is a popular virtual machine (VM) live migration mechanism that has been used in most hypervisors. In this mechanism, a key parameter, namely the maximum tolerable downtime, is required for each migration. However, defining an appropriate value for this parameter is nontrivial, especially for the migration of a virtual machine(More)
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