Utilizing Memory Content Similarity for Improving the Performance of Replicated Virtual Machines

  title={Utilizing Memory Content Similarity for Improving the Performance of Replicated Virtual Machines},
  author={Balazs Gerofi and Zoltan Vass and Yutaka Ishikawa},
  journal={2011 Fourth IEEE International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing},
Checkpoint-recovery based Virtual Machine (VM) replication is an emerging approach towards accommodating VM installations with high availability. However, it comes with the price of significant performance degradation of the application executed in the VM due to the large amount of state that needs to be synchronized between the primary and the backup machines. It is therefore critical to find new ways for attaining good performance, and at the same time, maintaining fault tolerant execution… CONTINUE READING


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