A paravirtualized operating system is an operating system (OS) that is modified to run in a paravirtualized environment that provides a software interface to virtual machines, similar but not identical to that of the underlying hardware. In paravirtualized mode, the guest OS is explicitly ported for the para application programming interface (API)...
Cloud burst is a quality of service (QoS) metric used to gauge cloud solution scalability and measure software application capability and performance on hosted cloud platforms.
Cloud application and service vendors provide benchmark performance ratios for total leased infrastructure and ensure maximized application hosting. However, a well-designed, scalable, flexible and reliable architecture easily handles network traffic and computing requirements, while a poorly-designed architecture will falter when subjected to resource-hungry applications.
Also known as cloud bursting.
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