dynamic relocation

dynamic relocation

[dī¦nam·ik ‚rē·lō′kā·shən]
(computer science)
The ability to move computer programs or data from auxiliary memory into main memory at any convenient location.
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According to IBM, the solution will build upon IBM Tivoli's cloud management software and extend those capabilities to the application and data integration technology from its Cast Iron acquisition to provide control management resource, security, application integration and dynamic provisioning to support "cloud bursting" or the dynamic relocation of workloads from private environments to public clouds during peak times.
Dynamic Provisioning: IBM's monitoring, provisioning and integration capabilities allow its hybrid cloud to support "cloud bursting," which is the dynamic relocation of workloads from private environments to public clouds during peak times.
In addition, Fujitsu's implementation of extended partitioning (XPAR) and dynamic relocation brings the flexibility of software partitioning to hardware implementation ensuring maximum system availability.
The characteristics of virtual environments, such as snapshots, offline VMs, clones, templates, and dynamic relocation result in complex management challenges that break existing management tools.
The theme, The House That Atlas Built, focuses on the strategies Atlas has employed over the years to continually improve and meet the customers' changing needs in a dynamic relocation marketplace.
EVM Insight is able to easily overcome the challenges of gathering configuration information in virtual environments, such as snapshots, multiple states, clones, templates, and dynamic relocation, that break existing management tools.
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