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Wednesday, September 23 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Solving the Challenges of Persistent Memory Programming

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Programming with persistent memory is hard, similar to the type of programming a file system developer does because of the need to write changes out in a way that maintains consistency. Applications must be re-architected to change data stored in two tiers (DRAM and storage) into three tiers (DRAM, pmem and storage). This presentation will review key attributes of persistent memory as well as outline architectural and design considerations for making an application persistent memory aware. This discussion will conclude with examples showing how to modify an application to provide consistency when using persistent memory.

Learning Objectives

Introduce how persistent memory differs from DRAM and standard storage for storing application data
Show examples of the architectural considerations for making an application persistent memory aware
Give examples of how to modify an existing application to utilize persistent memory
Discuss the open source Non-Volatile Memory Library (NVML) available on GitHub for use to help with persistent memory programming

Speakers
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Sarah Jelinek

Senior SW Engineer, Intel
Sarah Jelinek is a Senior SW Engineer at Intel focused on storage technologies. She has 20 years of experience in storage software and file systems. Her current area of research and development is persistent memory programming, along with design and development of user libraries to enable applications to more easily incorporate persistent memory. Prior to working at Intel Sarah spent 14 years at Sun Microsystems working on the UFS, NFS and ZFS... Read More →


Wednesday September 23, 2015 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Cypress Room

Attendees (10)