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2011 5th International DMTF Academic Alliance Workshop on Systems and Virtualization Management: Standards and the Cloud (SVM)
The advent of host virtualization has increased the number of management attribute classes and instances. At the same time an additional degree of heterogeneity has been introduced, due to different hypervisor products coupled with multiple guest operating systems. These changes obviate provisionary methods of harmonising management information. We analyse the problem dimensions of attribute harmonisation according to a common management scenario and show why heterogeneity at hypervisor and VMdoi:10.1109/svm.2011.6096460 fatcat:jyx67x2buvfqlpvbpeyqm2quhe