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Taxonomy of real-time hypervisors
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Abstract
Virtualization technology has been a key driver for cloud computing, and is also being widely applied to server environments. The technology provides a software based separation of logic within a system. This allows server consolidation, i.e. running several operating systems in parallel on a single hardware platform. A hyper visor is used as middleware between the hardware and the virtual machines running on top. Hyper visor schedulers are aimed at high throughput, while some applications however have real-time requirements. This means they come with timing constraints, which do not virtualize well in current schedulers. In this paper we present a taxonomy of current hyper visor schedulers which aim to virtualize real-time systems. We have chosen different techniques applied to general purpose systems, based on two popular open-source hyper visors: KVM and Xen. We conclude with an overview of real-time schedulers for other platforms.
Language
English
Source (book)
Eighth International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing (3PGCIC), 28-30 October 2013, Compiègne, France
Publication
New York, N.Y. : IEEE, 2013
ISBN
978-0-7695-5094-7
Volume/pages
p. 492-496
ISI
000329179100077
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Creation 20.01.2014
Last edited 24.09.2017
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