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Persistent Memory Programming: The Current State of the Ecosystem

In this video from the MSST 2017 Mass Storage Conference, Andy Rudoff from Intel presents: Persistent Memory Programming: The Current State of the Ecosystem.

“In this presentation, Andy will report on the latest developments around persistent memory programming. He’ll describing current discussions in the SNIA NVM Programming Technical Work Group, the current state of operating system support, recent tool and library development, and finally he’ll describe some of the upcoming challenges for high performance persistent memory use.”

Andy Rudoff is a Senior Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation, focusing on Non-Volatile Memory programming. He is a contributor to the SNIA NVM Programming Technical Work Group. His more than 30 years industry experience includes design and development work in operating systems, file systems, networking, and fault management at companies large and small, including Sun Microsystems and VMware. Andy has taught various Operating Systems classes over the years and is a co-author of the popular UNIX Network Programming text book.

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