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Tuesday, September 22 • 11:20am - 12:00pm
Planning for the Next Decade of NVM Programming

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We imagine a future where persistent memory is common in the data center. How will enterprise-class applications leverage this resource? How will middleware, libraries, and application run-time environments change? In this talk, Andy will describe how emerging NVM technologies and related research are causing a change to the software development ecosystem. Andy will describe use cases for load/store accessible NVM, some transparent to applications, others non-transparent. Starting with current examples of NVM Programming, Andy will describe where he believes this is leading us, including the likelihood that programmers in the future must comprehend numerous types of memories with different qualities and capabilities.

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Andy Rudoff

Software Architect, Intel
Andy Rudoff is an Architect in the Datacenter Software Division at Intel Corporation. He has over 25 years experience in operating systems internals, file systems, and networking. Andy is co-author of the popular Unix Network Programming book. His recent work focuses on Non-Volatile Memory Programming models and algorithms for using Persistent Memory - See more at: http://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer/speakers#sthash.dTmKxPuL.dpuf


Tuesday September 22, 2015 11:20am - 12:00pm
Santa Clara Ballroom

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