SAP SD Benchmark Using DB2 Running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Virtualization on IBM System X3850 M2

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Executive Summary

Red Hat Virtualization supports dynamic resource allocation, allowing memory and CPUs to be dynamically added or removed from the guest. For example, if a guest needs more CPU resources to complete a resource intensive processing job, the user may dynamically add more virtual CPUs (vCPUs), and when the job completes, the extra vCPUs may be reassigned to other guests. Red Hat integrated virtualization supports up to 32 vCPUs per virtual machine, allowing even the largest workloads to be virtualized.

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