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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Persistent In-Memory Computing with Emerging Non-Volatile Memory

SESSION: Emerging Technologies Exhibits

EVENT TYPE: HPC Impact Showcase & Emerging Technologies

TIME: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

ROOM:Show Floor - 233 Exhibits


Emerging non-volatile Memory (NVM) is changing the way we think about memory and storage because they provide DRAM-like performance, disk-like high density and persistence. Current system is designed and optimized for traditional DRAM-Disk hierarchy. When memory is replaced with NVM, memory is becoming persistent. The inefficiency of current architecture and system software significantly limits the potential of NVM. The objective of this project is to redesign the system and address architectural challenges and develop a suite of techniques which enable persistent in-memory computing with NVM for high performance computing. The major works we have achieved are NVM-accelerated File System and Consistent and Durable In-memory Key-value Store. NVM-accelerated File System explores NVM's byte-addressibility and persistency to improve metadata latency and reduce metadata I/O. Consistent and Durable In-memory Key-value Store achieves high performance through designing NVM-based indexing data strucuture with low overhead of maintaining data consistency.

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