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In a data center, various components of Web applications co-located on virtualized servers exhibit complex timevarying interactions and interference. It has a significant impact on the user perceived performance and power consumption of the underlying system. We propose and develop APPLEware, an autonomic middleware for joint performance and power control of co-located Web applications. It features a distributed control structure that provides performance assurance and energy efficiency fordoi:10.1109/iwqos.2013.6550266 dblp:conf/iwqos/LamaGZ13 fatcat:p66er4o555dg7nrfkigchamxvi