Rank #1: #100: A Comparison of In-storage Processing Architectures and Technologies
This talk presents an analysis of the in-storage processing trend, including a comparison of different architectures, the presentation of a computing and storage technologies roadmap, and a list of applications use cases.
Learning Objectives: 1) In-storage processing architectures; 2) Technology roadmap for integration; 3) Application use cases.
Rank #2: #99: SNIA Nonvolatile Memory Programming TWG - Remote Persistent Memory
Learning Objectives: 1) Persistent Memory programming; 2) RDMA extensions; 3) SNIA PM initiatives.
Rank #3: #98: Rethinking Ceph Architecture for Disaggregation Using NVMe-over-Fabrics
Learning Objectives: 1) Storage disaggregation; 2) NVMe over fabrics; 3) Ceph architecture.
Rank #4: #97: Delivering Scalable Distributed Block Storage using NVMe over Fabrics
Learning Objectives: 1) NVMe, NVMe-oF for flash data path IO architecture; 2) Programming, architecture and optimization for flash; 3) Distributed storage, data services.
Rank #5: #96: Solid State Datacenter Transformation
Rank #6: #95: Tunneling through Barriers
Rank #7: #94: Key Value Storage Standardization Progress
Learning Objectives: 1) What is Key Value Storage; 2) Where are we at in the NVMe standardization process of NVMe KV; 3) Where are we at in the SNIA standardization process of a KV API?
Rank #8: #93: Redfish Ecosystem Update
Designed to meet the expectations of end users for simple, modern and secure management of scalable platform hardware, the Redfish method and approach has seen accelerated adoption across the IT infrastructure management standards community.
This session provides an overview of the Redfish standard as well as information about what’s new in the Redfish ecosystem, including PLDM for RDE (Redfish Device Enablement) and other DMTF updates as well as consideration and adoption in the broader standards community. This session will then cover the general data model including the base storage models and infrastructure that are used by the SNIA Swordfish extensions.
Learning Objectives: 1) Basic understanding of the Redfish data model hierarchy; 2) Knowledge of the problem areas to which the Redfish methodology is being applied; 3) Understand how RDE brings Redfish “inside the box” for network & other devices.
Rank #9: #92: Fibre Channel – The Most Trusted Fabric Delivers NVMe
Learning Objectives: 1) A reminder of how Fibre Channel works; 2) A reminder of how NVMe over Fabrics work; 3) A high-level overview of Fibre Channel and NVMe, especially how they work together.
Rank #10: #91: Memory Class Storage and its Impact
Learning Objectives: 1) Awareness of performance characteristics of a DRAM-class non-volatile memory in crosspoint and 1T-nR configurations; 2) Non-obvious use cases for NRAM; 3) Application of non-volatile memory in AI / deep learning engines.