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Thursday, November 19 • 3:45pm - 4:20pm
Persistent Memory in Kubernetes - Patrick Ohly, Intel

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The term persistent memory (PMEM) is used to describe technologies which allow programs to access data as memory, directly byte-addressable, while the contents are non-volatile, preserved across power cycles. It has aspects that are like memory, and aspects that are like storage. Instead of replacing them, persistent memory is a third tier that sits in the middle. With this new ingredient, systems containing persistent memory can outperform legacy configurations, providing faster start-up times, faster access to large in-memory datasets, and often improved total cost of ownership. This talk will present the concept, briefly describe the available hardware (Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory), and then cover PMEM-CSI, a storage driver that makes PMEM available to applications running inside a Kubernetes cluster.

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Patrick Ohly

Senior Software Developer, Intel
Patrick Ohly is a software engineer at Intel GmbH, Germany. In the past he has worked on performance analysis software for HPC clusters ("Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector") and cluster technology in general (PTP and hardware time stamping, included in Linux since 2.6.30). Since... Read More →



Thursday November 19, 2020 3:45pm - 4:20pm EST
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