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The cloud infrastructure provider (CIP) in a cloud computing platform must provide security and isolation guarantees to a service provider (SP), who builds the service(s) for such a platform. We identify last level cache (LLC) sharing as one of the impediments to finer grain isolation required by a service, and advocate two resource management approaches to provide performance and security isolation in the shared cloud infrastructure -cache hierarchy aware core assignment and page coloringdoi:10.1145/1655008.1655019 dblp:conf/ccs/RajNSE09 fatcat:x5xgbgvtr5ai5hs633peljebka