Speaker: Benzi Galili, Chief Operating Officer, ScaleMP

In-memory computing is a reality. So are the limits of memory capacity. Data size constantly increases, while application developers and IT staff push for in-memory efficiencies; the conclusion is inevitable: we need to be able to access more memory than the DRAM capacity that the server provides. ScaleMP’s Software Defined Memory (SDM) technology allows for more system memory to be available per server, far beyond the hardware limits, by utilizing memory from other nodes (over fabric) or from locally installed non-volatile memory (NVM) such as NAND Flash or 3D XPoint – transparently and without any changes to operating system or applications. We shall present the benefits of SDM, discuss the relevant use-cases, and share performance data.