It illustrates the ability of Red Hat virtualisation to virtualise disk and network IO in both scale-up and scale-out scenarios.
The white paper demonstrates that for this particular application and workload, Red Hat virtualisation is more efficient at scaling-out than at scaling-up. In addition, the paper gives some general guidelines for optimising Exchange in such an environment.
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation (RHEV)
- Kernel-based Virtualisation Machine (KVM)
- Traditional Hypervisor Model
- Linux as a Hypervisor
- KVM Summary
- Test Configuration
- Scaling Multiple 2-vCPU Guests
- Scaling Multiple 4-vCPU Guests
- Scaling Multiple 8-vCPU Guests
- Scaling-Up by Increasing the Number of vCPUs in a Single Guest
- Virtualisation Efficiency in Consolidation Scenarios
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