PlateSpin released an interesting paper about its OS Portability technology:
OS Portability is a technology that decouples the software stack from any physical or virtual machine and allows it to be streamed over the network to any other physical or virtual machine.
This freedom of movement enables users in the data center to move the operating systems and applications to where they can run most effectively, and in a fully automated manner. Matching resource supply with workload demand allows for flexibility and the opportunity to continually optimize the use of existing resources.
This white paper provides best practices for optimizing the use of server resources, and how to get the most of out existing server hardware in the data center using OS Portability technology.
Read it here.