We are pleased to announce AutoVMbench; an automating benchmaking tool for virtualization environments.
The site is following URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/autovmbench/
This tool can run following 4 benchmarks at this moment.
3) kernel build
For more details, Please check the user guide.
The second release candidate for Xen 3.4.2 is available:
http://xenbits.xensource.com/xen-3.4-testing.hg (tagged 3.4.2-rc2)
I have added Teo Ming’s blog to the Blogroll on this site as he continues to create great videos of Xen in action. His blog is available at http://teo-en-ming-aka-zhang-enming.blogspot.com/.
Oracle VM 2.2 New Feature: CPU Scheduling Priority and Cap
From Oracle Blog :
One of the new features in Oracle VM 2.2 is the ability to set virtual CPU scheduling priority and cap per VM from Oracle VM Manager, which enables you to control access to CPU between multiple virtual machines to align with your IT/business priorities. Together with existing I/O resource management capability, setting bandwidth cap for each virtual network interface and prioritizing the virtual disks, you have much better resource control with Oracle VM 2.2.
You log into Oracle VM Manager, then proceed to configure the VMs.
Go to Blog posting for images and more information.