By Jeff Victor on Jul 13, 2011
- Architectural flexibility: easily remove a network bottleneck between two components by running both in zones on one Solaris server - and move any of them to different servers later as processing needs change
- Convenient, dynamic resource management, assign a workload to a set of CPUs for predictable, consistent performance, ensure that each workload component has access to sufficient hardware resources, etc.
Solaris Zones features enabled software isolation and resource management, making the process of fine-tuning resource assignment very easy. For more details, see: