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To address the limitations of centralized shared storage for cloud computing, we are building Lithium, a distributed storage system designed specifically for virtualization workloads running in large-scale data centers and clouds. Lithium aims to be scalable, highly available, and compatible with commodity hardware and existing application software. The design of Lithium borrows ideas and techniques originating from research into Byzantine Fault Tolerance systems and popularized by distributeddoi:10.1145/1807128.1807134 dblp:conf/cloud/HansenJ10 fatcat:ampqjhtidjdylgwt74h7sjcwxe