Watch my talk about how we do CloudStack Operations. It eas presented at the CloudStack Collaboration Conference in Dublin, on October 9th 2015. The slides can be found in this post, and the code can be found on Github. Filed under: CloudStack Tagged: automation, cloudstack, talk, video
Watch my keynote about the “The Mission Critical Cloud” at CloudStack Collaboration Conference in Dublin, on October 8th 2015. The slides can be found in this post. Filed under: CloudStack Tagged: cloudstack, talk, video
With Xen 4.6 released in October, we are already one month into the new cycle. Which means it is time to start planning for the next release. You may remember that one of the goals of the 4.6 release planning was to create smoother developer experience and to release Xen 4.6 on time. Both goals were achieved, so it was time to think where to go from here.
Below I will supply a small shell script to run on a XenServer node which will create a file /tmp/storage_map.csv you can import into Excel or LibreOffice without problems. The delimiter is comma (,).
echo "VM Name,VM UUID,VM Power Status,Disk Name,Disk UUID,Disk size in GB,SR Name" > /tmp/storage_map.csv
for i in `xe vm-list --minimal is-control-domain=false | tr , ' '`
VM_NAME="`xe vm-param-get uuid=$VM_UUID param-name=name-label`"
The first articles in this series discussed general topics in virtual machine performance, and gave a brief architectural overview for Oracle VM Server for x86 and Oracle VM Server for SPARC. In this article we'll discuss performance goals for virtual machine environments, especially in the cloud, and