William A. Magato

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For most use cases, the benefits of modern virtualization technologies vastly exceed the impact of the runtime computational overhead they introduce. However, for high-performance computing (HPC) systems, the additional overhead is often detrimental to critical elements of application performance. This work presents llamaOS (Low-LAtency Minimal Appliance(More)
Hardware virtualization in the x86 architecture has enabled the use of virtual machine monitors in Beowulf clusters. In turn, each application user can then run a virtual guest operating system of his/her choice. Of course virtualizing and sharing the hardware resources in a Beowulf cluster will add additional overheads that may negatively effect(More)
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