As part of my recent work on Tcell, I've recently added some pretty cool functionality for folks who want to have applications that can work reasonably in many different locales.
For example, if your terminal is running in UTF-8, you can access a huge repertoire of glyphs / characters.
All private networks (having neutron router) created before or after this change will continue provide metadata via neutron-ns-metadata-proxy running in corresponding qrouter-namespace to theirs VMs.
This article on Oracle VM performance reviews general performance principles,
and follows with a review of Oracle VM architectural features that affect performance.
This will be high-level as a basis for more technical detail in subsequent articles.
How to evaluate and measure performance (short version)
First, let's consider ways to not evaluate performance.
Performance is often stated in unquantified generalities ("Give good response time!") or complaints ("Response time is terrible today.
Posted on September 29, 2015, by mokumBy Roddy Rodstein 09/29/2015