Room 236C WEB
Manu Awasthi/Samsung Research
Abstract: NVMe offers a standards based high-performance interface to flash storage. NVMe SSDs delivers low-latency and high throughput storage and are now available from multiple vendors. In this talk, we outline the system performance benefits when these devices are used for local and remote storage. We will also present the system performance improvements when these SSDs are used in Big Data frameworks and enterprise RDBMS application workloads. We will conclude by exploring the opportunities and challenges presented by these devices to storage sub-systems and server architecture.
BIO: Manu Awasthi is a Performance Architect with the Memory Solutions Lab at Samsung Semiconductors in San Jose, California where he works on design and performance analysis of memory and storage subsystems for datacenters. Before that, he was with the Architecture Definition Group (ADG) at Micron Semiconductors where he worked on modeling and performance analysis of DRAM architectures, including the Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC). Manu earned a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Utah, and a Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT (BHU), Varanasi. He is the author of several conference and journal publications, including two best paper awards.
Host: Dr. Reddy