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Prioritizing soft real-time network traffic in virtualized hosts based on Xen As virtualization technology becomes ever more capable, large-scale distributed applications are increasingly deployed in virtualized environments such as data centers and computational clouds. Many large-scale applications have soft real-time requirements and benefit from low and predictable latency, even in the presence of diverse traffic patterns between virtualized hosts. In this paper, we examine the policies and mechanisms affecting communication latency between virtual machines based on the Xen platform, and identify limitations that could result in long or unpredictable network traffic latencies. To address these limitations, we propose VATC, a Virtualization-Aware Traffic Control framework for prioritizing network traffic in virtualized hosts. Results of our experiments show how and why VATC can improve predictability and reduce delay for latency sensitive applications, while introducing limited overhead.