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    Architectural Principles for Networked Solid State Storage Access

    Posted by J Metz

    There are many permutations of technologies, interconnects and application level approaches in play with solid state storage today.  In fact, it is becoming increasingly difficult to reason clearly about which problems are best solved by various permutations of these. That’s why the SNIA Ethernet Storage Forum, together with the SNIA Solid State Storage Initiative, is hosting a live Webcast, “Architectural Principles for Networked Solid State Storage Access,” on June 2nd at 10:00 a.m. PT.

    As our presenter, we are fortunate to have Doug Voigt, chair of the SNIA NVM Programming Technical Working Group and a member of the SNIA Technical Council. Doug will outline key architectural principles that may allow us to think about the application of networked solid state technologies more systematically, answering questions such as:

    • How do applications see IO and memory access differently?
    • What is the difference between a memory and an SSD technology?
    • How do application and technology views permute?
    • How do memory and network interconnects change the equation?
    • What are persistence domains and why are they important?

    I hope you’ll register today and join us on June 2nd for an hour that is sure to be insightful.

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