Persistent memory use cases in modern software architectures
Persistent memory is an exciting new technology that is revolutionizing in-memory computing by delivering a unique combination of large capacity and support for data persistence. It is currently being used and experimented with across the industry to boost datacenter efficiency and performance. This talk will describe certain scenarios where the enabling of frameworks such as Cassandra, MemcacheD and RocksDB, with persistent memory, resulted in improved performance.
Software Development Engineerat
Software engineer at Intel for 7 years in open source databases team. I was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. I earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer engineering from the Illinois institute of technology in Chicago. I have worked on performance characterization of open-source, big-data frameworks such as Hadoop, Spark and Cassandra. Most recently I helped develop PCJ and LLPL, which provide persistent memory support to java developers, and built a persistent memory storage engine for Cassandra.