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Performance Evaluation and Analysis for Block I/O Access Pattern between KVM-based Virtual Machine and Real Machine in the Virtualized Environment
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Performance Evaluation and Analysis for Block I/O Access Pattern between KVM-based Virtual Machine and Real Machine in the Virtualized Environment
Kim, Hyeunjee; Kim, Youngwoo; Kim, Youngmin; Choi, Hoonha; No, Jaechun; Park, Sungsoon;
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 Abstract
Recently, virtualization is becoming the critical issue in the cloud computing due to its advantages of resource utilization and consolidation. In order to efficiently use virtualization services, several issues should be taken into account, including data reliability, security, and performance. In particular, a high write bandwidth on the virtual machine must be guaranteed to provide fast responsiveness to users. In this study, we implemented a way of visualizing comparison results between the block write pattern of KVM-based virtual machine and that of the real machine. Our final objective is to propose an optimized virtualization environment that enables to accelerate the disk write bandwidth.
 Keywords
Virtualization;KVM;LVM;Bio;Virtio;
 Language
Korean
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