address={Bern, CH},
	att_abstract={Idle desktop systems are frequently left powered, often be- cause of applications that maintain network presence or to enable potential remote access. Unfortunately, an idle PC consumes up to 60% of its peak power. Solutions have been proposed that perform consolidation of idle desktop virtual machines. However, desktop VMs are often large requiring gigabytes of memory. Consolidating such VMs, creates bulk network transfers lasting in the order of minutes, and utilizes server memory inefficiently. When multiple VMs migrate simultaneously, each VM�s experienced migration latency grows, and this limits the use of VM consolidation to envi- ronments in which only a few daily migrations are expected for each VM. This paper introduces Partial VM Migration, a technique that transparently migrates only the working set of an idle VM. Jettison, our partial VM migration prototype, can deliver 85% to 104% of the energy savings of full VM migration, while using less than 10% as much network re- sources, and providing migration latencies that are two to three orders of magnitude smaller.},
	att_authors={kj2681, mh7921},
	att_categories={C_NSS.11, A_ST.3, C_NSS.4},
	att_copyright_notice={(c) ACM, 2012. This is the author's version of the work. It is posted here by permission of ACM for your personal use. Not for redistribution. The definitive version was published in Proceedings of EuroSys 2012. ACM{{, 2012-04-10}}.
	att_tags={Desktop Virtualization,  Cloud Computing,  Sustainability},
	author={Nilton Bila and Eyal de Lara and Kaustubh Joshi and Andres Lagar-Cavilla and Matti Hiltunen and Mahadev Satyanarayanan},
	booktitle={Proceedings of EuroSys 2012},
	institution={{Proceedings of EuroSys 2012. ACM.}},
	title={{Jettison: Efficient Idle Desktop Consolidation with Partial VM Migration}},