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Wednesday, April 20 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Managing Fabric-Attached Memory in The Machine - Rocky Craig, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Fabric-Attached Memory (Rocky Craig, Hewlett Packard Enterprise) - The Machine from HPE is the prototoype of a novel architecture featuring memory-centric computing. Multiple Linux nodes see fabric-attached NVM in their physical address space as a shared global resource. This presentation introduces the hardware architecture as it relates to the NVM and the challenges in shared management. While NVM presents a key-value paradigm in data retrieval, we chose the route of a global file system. The bulk of the talk will focus on this "Librarian File System" and the benefits of a well-known API versus a proprietary solution.

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Rocky Craig

Principal Lead, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Rocky is employed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, a spinoff of HP where he started in 1978. He has served many roles in the technical space of technical workstations and HP-UX and Linux servers. Rocky is currently co-architect of a Debian-based distribution for The Machine, a new architecture featuring non-volatile memory. He is driving the NVM management for The Machine, extending prototype work started several years ago. Rocky has yet to speak... Read More →


Wednesday April 20, 2016 11:30am - 12:20pm
State Ballroom A

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