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    Under the Hood with NVMe over Fabrics

    Posted by J Metz

    Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) has piqued the interest of many people in the storage world. Using a robust, efficient, and highly flexible transportation protocol for SSDs, Flash, and future Non-Volatile Memory storage devices, the NVM Express group is working on extending these advantages over a networked Fabric.

    Our first Webcast on The Performance Impact of NVMe over Fabrics was very well received. If you missed it, check-it out on-demand. On December 15th, Dave Minturn, Storage Architect at Intel, will join me for a deeper dive in a live Webcast, “Under the Hood with NVMe over Fabrics.” At this Webcast we’ll explain not only what NVMe over Fabrics is, but also specifically pay attention to how it works. We’ll be exploring:

    • Key terms and concepts
    • Differences between NVMe-based fabrics and SCSI-based fabrics
    • Practical examples of NVMe over Fabrics solutions
    • Important future considerations

    Register now and join us as we discuss the next iteration of NVMe. I hope to “see” you on the 15th when Dave and I will be anxious to answer your questions.

    Update: If you missed the live event, it’s now available on-demand. You can also download the webcast slides.

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