Category:Integrity Virtual Machines
HP Integrity Virtual Machines (Integrity VM) is a software virtualization technology within the HP Virtual Server Environment that enables you to:
- Maximize server utilization and resource flexibility.
- Consolidate enterprise-class servers.
- Rapidly deploy new environments.
- Improve cost of ownership.
- Isolate operating environments.
Integrity VM enables you to create multiple virtual servers or machines with shared resourcing within a single HP Integrity server or nPartition, each with its own "guest" operating system instance, applications, and users. It provides software fault and security isolation, shared processor cores and I/O, automatic dynamic resource allocation (based on demand and entitlement), and dynamic memory migration.
HP Integrity Virtual Machines runs on any HP Integrity server (including Integrity Server Blades) running HP-UX 11i v2 or HP-UX 11i v3, and supports the following guests:
- HP-UX 11i v2 and v3
- Windows Server 2003 (SP1 and SP2)
- RHEL AP 4.4 , 4.5
- SLES10 SP1 and SP2 (with Integrity VM v4.1)
Pages in category "Integrity Virtual Machines"
The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.
- How to add virtual storage to virtual machines guests
- How to backup Integrity VM Guest file system in the VM Host
- How to clone Integrity VM Guests using Dynamic Root Disk
- How to exit from a virtual console session trap on the Management Processor or iLO
- How to get the WWID of a disk assign to an Integrity VM Guest
- How to install a Integrity VM Guest using an Ignite-UX server
- How to install HPVM guest using Ignite-UX
- How to install Integrity VM Guest using Host USB DVD drive
- How to provision networking to Integrity VM Guests
- How to recreate guest configuration files after updating Integrity VM V4.0 VM Host to Integrity VM V4.1