List/Grid Tag Archives: Virtualization

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ARM Virtualization – ARM vs x86 (Part 5)

Sorry for the delay in this post. I could not get to this post in time and wanted to be sure it is well-researched. The final post in this series is a comparison of the hardware support in the ARM and x86 world. As mentioned in th ...
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ARM Virtualization – Applications (Part 4)

In the last few posts we discussed the hardware support needed to provide virtualization. In this post how virtualization can empower the user. We’ll discuss the use cases we already see in the server and desktop space, and mobi ...
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ARM Virtualization – I/O Virtualization (Part 3)

In the second part of the series we introduced memory management and interrupt handling support provided by virtualization hardware extensions. But effective virtualization solutions need to reach beyond the core to communicate wi ...
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ARM Virtualization Extensions – Memory and Interrupts (Part 2)

In the first part of this series, I introduced the topic of virtualization. Today I will venture deeper into the ARM virtualization extensions for memory management and handling of interrupts. Within the core, virtualization most ...
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ARM Virtualization Extensions – Introduction (Part 1)

Sorry guys for another hiatus, my job at Calxeda keeps me busy. I was recently discussing ARM’s virtualization support with my friend Ali Hussain (yup, that’s our idea of a fun dinner conversation) and found some very interes ...
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Virtualizing Your Java Applications: Best Practices (JavaOne 2011)

Justin Murray started his presentation ["Virtualizing Your Java Applications: Best Practices" (21860)] about five minutes early and began by saying that virtualization has arrived at the point where people no longer need to be con ...
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