Virtual machine scheduling for multicores considering effects of shared on-chip last level cache interference

  title={Virtual machine scheduling for multicores considering effects of shared on-chip last level cache interference},
  author={Shin Gyu Kim and Hyeonsang Eom and Heon Young Yeom},
  journal={2012 International Green Computing Conference (IGCC)},
As the cloud markets grow, the cloud providers are faced with new challenges such as reduction of power consumption and guaranteeing service level agreements (SLAs). One reason for these problems is the use of server consolidation policy based on virtualization technologies for maximizing the efficiency of resource usage. Because current virtualization technologies do not ensure performance isolation among active virtual machines (VMs), it is required to consider resource usage pattern of VMs… CONTINUE READING


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