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Thursday, September 24 • 8:30am - 9:20am
Application-Level Benchmarking with SPEC SFS 2014

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A technical deep-dive into the four SPEC SFS 2014 workloads at different levels of the storage stack, and how client performance and configuration can affect benchmark results. Multiple storage protocols will be addressed, including NFS, SMB, and FC – yes, you CAN test a block storage array with a file-level benchmark!

Learning Objectives

Deep analysis of storage solution performance
Effects of protocol and operating system on storage performance measurement
Observe workload changes as traffic flows from client through storage to disk

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Vernon Miller

Performance Engineer, IBM
Vernon is a performance engineer at IBM working on Spectrum Scale software and solutions. Vernon has been involved with performance evaluation of various block, file, NAS, and cloud based products for over 10 years. Vernon contributed to the SPEC SFS2014 benchmark suite. Vernon has a Master of Science degree in Physics from the University of Arizona
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Nick Principe

Senior Software Engineer, EMC
Nick Principe is a Senior Software Engineer at EMC working on customer-focused performance engineering. Nick has worked in the performance engineering field for over 10 years, focusing on the performance measurement and analysis of NAS systems. Nick has also contributed to the development of two SPEC SFS benchmarks. Nick has a B.S. in Computer Science from North Carolina State University.

Thursday September 24, 2015 8:30am - 9:20am
Lawrence Room

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