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Welcome to The NVM Podcast with your hosts, KinGKorD1, Lorilein, and NiXiT! We discuss a wide range of topics such as current events, controversial topics, video games, technology, pop culture, and more! Join us every Thursday at 6:00pm CST for our live stream on Twitch. Can't make it to the live show? No problem! Watch a recording of the show on YouTube or Twitch, or listen on Soundcloud, Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, or Tune In. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Discord to stay i ...
 
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5G Wireless technology will bring vastly superior data rates to the edge of the network. However, with this increase in bandwidth will come applications that significantly increase overall network throughput. Video applications will likely explode as end users have large amounts of data bandwidth to operate. Video will not only require advanced com…
 
By now, you have a good understanding of SNIA Swordfish™ and how it extends the DMTF Redfish® specification to manage storage equipment and services. Attend this presentation to learn what’s new and how the specification has evolved since last year. The speaker will share the latest updates ranging from details of features and profiles to new vendo…
 
DMTF's Redfish® is a standard API designed to deliver simple and secure management for converged, hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). Both human readable and machine capable, Redfish leverages common Internet and web services standards to expose information directly to the modern tool chain. This presentation will provide an over…
 
The SNIA NVMP TWG continues to make significant progress on defining the architecture for interfacing applications to PM. In this talk, we will focus on the important Remote Persistent Memory scenario, and how the NVMP TWG’s programming model applies. Application use of these interfaces, along with fabric support such as RDMA and platform extension…
 
Whether you are a storage vendor, consumer, or developer, the performance of storage solutions affects you. Assessing the performance of large and complex storage solutions requires some level of performance testing lab, and there are many factors to consider. From network topology to load generator CPU, all components must be selected and configur…
 
SMB 3.1.1 is the state of the art for secure remote file access, but deploying it for clouds and mobile users can be very challenging; TCP/445 is often blocked, networks are often slow, and edge file servers are often feared. The Microsoft SMB3 team has now built the first implementation of SMB3 over QUIC, a UDP/TLS transport pioneered by Google. T…
 
Attendees of this presentation will learn how to use several open source tools ( https://github.com/jharriga/ ) to evaluate object storage platforms. These tools provide automation and customer-based object storage workloads for activities such as filling a cluster, aging a cluster and running steady-state mixed operation workloads. One of the tool…
 
PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language that helps rapidly automate tasks that manage operating systems (Linux, macOS, and Windows) and processes. PowerShell is open-source, object-based and includes a rich expression parser and a fully developed scripting language with a gentle learning curve. The PowerShell Toolkit fo…
 
After a year of implementation progress of the The SMB3 .1.1 POSIX Extensions, a set of protocol extensions to allow for optimal Linux and Unix interoperability with NAS and Cloud file servers- what is the current status- what have we learned- what has changed in the protocol specification in the past year- what advice do we have for implementers- …
 
NVMe KV (Key-Value) is an industry-wide proposal for a new command structure that allows access to data on an NVMe SSD controller using a “key” rather than a block address. Developed within the NVM Express technical working group, this Key Value command set provides a “key” to store a corresponding “value” on non-volatile media, then retrieves that…
 
A variety of persistent memory technologies with DRAM-class performance, known as “memory class storage” or “MCS”, have appeared on the horizon. MCS will change the architecture of future computing systems. These technologies include carbon nanotube memory, phase change memory, magnetic spin memory, and resistive memory, and each has unique charact…
 
One of the most common benchmarks in the storage industry is 4KiB random read I/O per second. Over the years, the industry first saw the publication of 1M I/Ops on a single box, then 1M I/Ops on a single thread (by SPDK). More recently, there have been publications outlining 10M I/Ops on a single box using high performance NVMe devices and more tha…
 
The applications using NVMe, SAS, SATA, USB based storage devices find a new use and one of them is mining for open source cryptocurrency such as Burst Coin. Using low power or solar power HDD’s, SSD and most importantly NVMe technology can improve turnaround latency and build blocks on a faster scale. Utilization of security protocols allows anony…
 
Introducing pmemkv, an open-source local key/value store for persistent memory based on PMDK. Written in C/C++, pmemkv provides optimized language bindings for Java, JavaScript, and Ruby. Pmemkv includes multiple storage engines that are tailored for different use-cases. Fast, flexible and bulletproof, pmemkv is an easy way to modify applications t…
 
RocksDB, a high performance key-value database developed by Facebook, has proven effective in using the high data speeds made possible by Solid State Drives (SSDs). By leveraging the NVMe standard, Eideticom’s NoLoad® presents FPGA computational storage processors as NVMe namespaces to the operating system and enables efficient data transfer betwee…
 
Since the first release of NVMe 1.0 in 2011, the NVMe family of specifications continue to expand to support current and future storage markets, increasing the amount of new features and functionality. With that natural, organic growth, however, comes additional complexity.In order to refocus on simplicity and ease-of-development, the NVM Express g…
 
Over the years, SSD QoS has become more important to a variety of storage market segments. Traditional latency reporting methods do not always accurately depict QoS behaviors. This is problematic when attempting to understand what events lead to a specific QoS level and how to mitigate latency events that lead to levels of QoS. Defining correct sta…
 
With the onset of the Computational Storage TWG and growth of interest in the market for these new and emerging solutions, it is imperative to understand how to develop, deploy and scale these new technologies. This session will walk through the new definitions, how each can be deployed and show use cases of NGD Systems Computational Storage Device…
 
SMB3 has seen significant adoption as the storage protocol of choice for running private cloud deployments. With the recent advances in persistent memory technologies, we will take a look at how we can leverage the SMB3 protocol in conjunction with SMBDirect/RDMA to provide very low latency access to persistent memory devices across the network.Wit…
 
This talk describes work going on in three different organizations to enable scale out management of NVMe SSDs. The soon to be released NVME-MI 1.1 standard will allow management from host based agents as well as BMCs. This might be extended to allow support for Binary Encoded JSON (BEJ) in support of host agents and BMCs that want to support the R…
 
As NVDIMMs enter the realm of standard equipment on servers and storage arrays and NVMe is standard equipment for servers and consumer devices alike, what is the actual performance advantage of using NVDIMM over NVMe, or NVMe over SAS or SATA SSDs? First, we’ll review some purely synthetic benchmarks of single devices using different storage techno…
 
The Storage Performance Development Kit (SPDK) open source project is gaining momentum in the storage industry for its drivers and libraries for building userspace, polled mode storage applications and appliances. The SPDK NVMe driver was SPDK’s first released building block and is its most well-known. The driver’s design and architecture is heavil…
 
Persistent Memory is getting a lot of attention. SNIA has released a programming standard, NVDIMM makers, with the help of JEDEC, have created standardized hardware to develop & test PM, and chip makers continue to promote upcoming devices, although few are currently available.In this talk two industry analysts, Jim Handy & Tom Coughlin, will provi…
 
Applying micro service patterns to storage giving each workload its own Container Attached Storage (CAS) system. This puts the DevOps persona within full control of the storage requirements and brings data agility to k8s persistent workloads. We will go over the concept and the implementation of CAS, as well as its orchestration.Learning Objectives…
 
Increasing proliferation of Artificial Intelligence, E-commerce, Big Data and Cloud applications is leading to highly diversified workloads and use cases in hyperscale data centers, which poses new challenges to solid state storage in terms of performance, flexibility and TCO optimizations. Moreover, there are increasing demands for software/hardwa…
 
The talk covers (i) the characteristics of open-channel SSD management, (ii) introduces the new open-channel/Denali interface, (iii) provides background on LightNVM, the Linux subsystem that we designed and implemented for open-channel SSD management, and at last, we show the effectiveness of open-channel SSDs against state-of-art block-based SSDs.…
 
PCI Express® (PCIe®) 3.0 architecture has enabled Flash Storage to transition to high speed, low latency power efficient performance over the past few years. However, the hunger for additional performance in power constrained devices continues and PCI-SIG® continues its nearly three decade history of delivering performance doubling and additional f…
 
Many server workloads, for example OLTP database workloads, require high I/O throughput and low latency. With the industry trend of moving high-end scale-up workloads to virtualization environment, it is essential for cloud providers and on-premises servers to achieve near native performance by reducing I/O virtualization overhead which mainly come…
 
Have you heard of non-volatile/persistent memory but don’t know how to get started with this disruptive technology? Memory is the new Storage. Next generation storage tiered architectures are evolving with persistent memory and hardware delivering NVDIMMs. Are you a Linux or Windows application developer familiar with C, C++, Java, or Python, keen …
 
In-situ processing, in-storage processing, smart SSD, computational storage… Many names to define the same concept: a closer integration of computing capabilities and data storage in order to reduce data movement leading to better performance and lower power consumption. This is a new trend in storage and computing architectures. How can we define …
 
The SNIA NVMP Technical Workgroup (TWG) continues to make significant progress on defining the architecture for interfacing applications to PM. In this talk, we will focus on the important Remote Persistent Memory scenario, and how the NVMP TWG’s programming model applies. Application use of these interfaces, along with fabric support such as RDMA …
 
Ceph protects data by making 2-3 copies of the same data but that means 2-3x more storage servers and related costs. It also means higher write latencies as data hops between OSD nodes. Customers are now starting to deploy Ceph using SSDs for high-performance workloads and for data lakes supporting real-time analytics. We describe a novel approach …
 
NVMe and NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) protocols provide a highly efficient access to flash storage inside a server and over the network respectively. Current generation of distributed storage software stacks use proprietary protocols which are sub-optimal to deliver end to end low latency. Moreover it increases operational complexity to manage NVMe-…
 
Intel Fellow Amber Huffman has been at the center of Intel’s development for SSDs, with emphasis on SSD storage interfaces and next generation form factors. In this talk, she will discuss the rationale behind decisions that were made in advancing storage architecture leading to the emergence of solid state only Data Centers. Amber will also discuss…
 
NVMe KV is a proposal for a new command structure to access data on an NVMe controller that is being developed within the NVMe technical working group. This proposed command set provides a key and a value to store data on the Non Volatile media and provides a key to retrieve data stored on the media. In addition to the work on the NVMe specificatio…
 
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