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Virtual Machine Technology. Dr. Gregor von Laszewski Dr. Lizhe Wang. Virtual machine concept. VM. VM. VM. VMM. Host resource. Why virtual machine?. Support multiple users On-demand computing environment creation & customization QoS guaranteed & performance isolation

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Virtual machine technology

Virtual Machine Technology

Dr. Gregor von Laszewski

Dr. Lizhe Wang


Virtual machine concept

Virtual machine concept

VM

VM

VM

VMM

Host resource


Why virtual machine

Why virtual machine?

  • Support multiple users

  • On-demand computing environment creation & customization

  • QoS guaranteed & performance isolation

  • High availability

  • Easy management

  • Access “root” privilege


Cpu virtualization

CPU virtualization

  • Full virtualization

  • OS Assisted Virtualization or Paravirtualization

  • Hardware Assisted Virtualization


X86 architecture

X86 architecture


Full virtualization using binary translation

Full Virtualization using Binary Translation


Paravirtualization os assisted virtualization

Paravirtualization(OS Assisted Virtualization)


Hardware assisted virtualization

Hardware Assisted Virtualization


Memory virtualization

Memory virtualization


Device and i o virtualization

Device and I/O Virtualization


Full virtualization vmware workstation

Full virtualization: VMware workstation

  • Special container for the VM

    Virtual CPUs, memory, hard disk, network interfaces, USB ports and other common hardware components.

  • VMM is executed as an application of the host OS

  • Limited performance of the VMs

  • VM becomes independent from host configuration

  • Can be used on different host systems

  • VM is stored and runs in files

  • VMs contain native OS and are completely isolated


Full virtualization vmware esx server

Full virtualization: VMware ESX server

  • Hypervisor directly running on the server

  • Requires supported hardware components

  • Special optimized pass-through drivers for dedicated hardware components

  • Better performance

  • Advanced management tools available

  • Near-native performance of the guest OS

  • Optimized for server consolidation


Paravirtualization xen

Paravirtualization: Xen

  • Different hardware components not fully emulated.

    It only organizes the usages->near-native performance

  • Layout of a Xen based system: Privileged host system(Dom0) and unprivileged guest systems (DomU)

  • DomU are working cooperatively

  • Guest and host OS has to be adapted to XEN (Kernel-Patch), but not the applications


Paravirtualization xen1

Paravirtualization: Xen


Application scenario a grid cluster 1

Application scenario: a Grid cluster (1)


Application scenario a grid cluster 2

Application scenario: a Grid cluster (2)

  • for reasons of stability,different services like LDAP, the grid portals, should run on different machines

  • varying load on the different machines

    • Resources not fully exploited

    • “recycling” of older machines leads to a heterogeneous hardware structure

  • high administrative effort for installation and maintenance of the system

  • Virtualization of these machines leads to few machines to be maintained and to homogenous OS installations


Application scenario a grid cluster 3

Application scenario: a Grid cluster (3)

  • but what happens if the host machine dies?

  • Failure of: disks, motherboard, memory, power supply, …

    • All services which are hosted on this machine will be down until machine is restored or access to VM images possible

  • Need concepts of high availability and QoS for such scenarios where several services are hosted on one physical host


Application scenario a grid cluster 4

Application scenario: a Grid cluster (4)


Application scenario a grid cluster 5

Application scenario: a Grid cluster (5)

  • Storage of the VM file system in a high available and redundant SAN

  • Use host systems with redundant LAN, SAN and power connections

  • Migration on the fly in case of hardware problems or maintenance of one server

  • If insufficient resources are available on the other server, the service level of less critical services can be reduced for short times.

  • Automated tools for load balancing and migration in case of failures exist, e.g. for the VMware ESX server.

  • All services can be offered without or with only short interruption, perhaps at lower service level


Libvirt the virtualization api

Libvirt: The virtualization API

  • libvirt is:

    • A toolkit to interact with the virtualization capabilities of different Linux

    • Free software

    • C API

    • A set of bindings for common languages

    • CIM provider for the DMTF virtualization schema

  • libvirt supports:

    • Xen, QEMU, KVM, LXC, OpenVZ

    • Storage on IDE/SCSI/USB disks, FibreChannel, LVM, iSCSI, NFS and filesystems

  • libvirt provides:

    • Remote management using TLS encryption and x509 certificates

    • Remote management authenticating with Kerberos and SASL

    • Local access control using PolicyKit

    • Zero-conf discovery using Avahi multicast-DNS

    • Management of virtual machines, virtual networks and storage


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