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Storage consolidation is becoming an attractive paradigm for data organization because of the economies of sharing and the ease of centralized management. However, sharing of resources is viable only if applications can be isolated from each other. This work targets the problem of providing performance guarantees to an application irrespective of the behavior of other workloads. Application requirements are represented in terms of the average throughput, latency and maximum burst size. Mostdoi:10.1145/1269899.1254885 fatcat:robyfkfvajdl7h7h362hy7ieqy