In this paper we challenge the common evaluation practices used for Virtual Machine (VM) consolidation, such as simulation and small testbeds, which fail to capture the fundamental trade-off between energy consumption and performance. We identify a number of over-simplifying assumptions which are typically made about the energy consumption and performance characteristics of modern networked systems. In response, we describe how more accurate models for data-center systems can be designed and used in order to create an evaluation framework that allows the more reliable exploration of the energy-performance trade-off for VM consolidation strategies.
About Angelos Chatzipapas
I received my Computer Engineering and Informatics degree in the university of Patras (Greece) in July 2006. Then, I did my MSc Communication Engineering degree in RWTH-Aachen (Germany). Furthermore, I obtained a second M.Sc. in Cryptography, Security, Systems and Network from Polytech’ Nice – Sophia Antipolis (France). I have also worked for telecom Bretagne (Rennes, France) and INRIA Sophia Antipolis (France).
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