What do you exactly mean with frontend? ESXi has no front end, that's the
difference with ESX, it's just a bare hypervisor.
On the contrary I think that having to host a java application in the machine
acting as an hypervisor is pretty crazy, especially considered java madness
with memory, swap files and such...
Andrea "Mr.SK" Brancatelli
> On 28/gen/2014, at 20:58, Aryeh Friedman <aryeh.fried...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It would be interesting to know to how much and what extent various fronends
> (openstack, cloudstack, petitecloud, etc.) effect performence... I suspect
> that even though bhyve is slower then VMWare that VMWare's front end is the
> cause and not VMWare itself.... for example I suspect that bhyve with
> petitecloud on top would be much faster then vmware or qemu with openstack or
>> On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 6:18 AM, Andrea Brancatelli
>> <abrancate...@schema31.it> wrote:
>> Hello everybody.
>> We did a very rough comparison betweend BHyVe and VMWare ESXi. Maybe you
>> want to give it a read and let me know if I did write a bunch of sh!t :-)
>> I must say I'm very pleased with BHyVe performances! Very good work!!
>> Thanks for your time.
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