Solaris Zones: Operating System Support for Consolidating Commercial Workloads

@inproceedings{Price2004SolarisZO,
  title={Solaris Zones: Operating System Support for Consolidating Commercial Workloads},
  author={Daniel Price and Andrew Tucker},
  booktitle={LISA},
  year={2004}
}
Server consolidation, which allows multiple workloads to run on the same system, has become increasingly important as a way to improve the utilization of computing resources and reduce costs. Consolidation is common in mainframe environments, where technology to support running multiple workloads and even multiple operating systems on the same hardware has been evolving since the late 1960’s. This technology is now becoming an important differentiator in the UNIX and Linux server market as well… CONTINUE READING
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