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Al-flash storage arrays based on NAND flash media deliver superb and consistent performance. In addition, advances in flash technology and data reduction capabilities extend the applications that can benefit from using solid-state storage. Two emerging technologies—nonvolatile memory express (NVMe) interfaces and storage-class memory (SCM)—will offer another dramatic improvement in performance and deployment opportunities.
We will begin the session by explaining how modern computer systems speak to remote disks, and how and why we used the SCSI protocol for as many years as we did; then explain how these technologies are crippling modern storage media (SSD and SCM). We will explain NVMe and how it is designed for modern media. We will compare performance details and general I/O handling.
From here, we will explore how this technology is being used today by NetApp, followed by an explanation of NVMe over data fabrics and how it could radically change storage architectures beyond simple speeds and feeds.
You'll learn what these technologies are about, the benefits they offer and what you can and should do to prepare to adopt and take advantage of them.
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