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  • NVMe™/TCP: What You Need to Know About the Specification
    NVMe™/TCP: What You Need to Know About the Specification
    Sagi Grimberg, Lightbits and Peter Onufryk, Microsemi Recorded: Mar 5 2019 60 mins
    NVM Express, Inc., the standards body behind the NVMe™ specification library, recently announced the addition of NVMe™ over TCP (NVMe™/TCP) to the family of NVMe transports. NVMe/TCP defines the mapping of NVMe queues, NVMe™ over Fabrics (NVMe-oF™) capsules and data delivery over the IETF Transport Control Protocol (TCP).

    This webcast will tour the important benefits and features of the new NVMe/TCP specification and dive into the details of this new NVMe transport. Items covered include the wire protocol and optional features such as inline data integrity and transport security. Audience members will gain an technical understanding of the new specification that will help developers seamlessly implement NVMe/TCP in their NVMe-oF solutions.

    About the Presenters

    Sagi Grimberg is Chief SW Architect and Co-founder at Lightbits and the lead author of the NVMe/TCP specification.

    Peter Onufyrk is a Fellow in the Data Center Solutions business unit at Microsemi, an NVMe Board Member, and NVMe-MI Workgroup Chair.
  • Benefits of NVMe™ SSDs in Client Implementations
    Benefits of NVMe™ SSDs in Client Implementations
    Cameron Brett, Toshiba and Jonmichael Hands, Intel Recorded: Dec 12 2018 57 mins
    NVM Express® over PCI Express® SSDs is the mainstream solution in the client space because it is low cost and has a smaller form factor than HDDs, while touting high performance and low power usage. Evolving to meet the needs of consumers, NVMe™ implementations touch various markets like gaming, content creation, workstations, mobile, media creation and more. Join Jonmichael Hands of Intel and Cameron Brett of Toshiba for this NVM Express, Inc. hosted webcast to learn more about real-world examples and how NVMe specifications continue to evolve to support client needs.

    In this webcast, attendees will learn more about the benefits of selecting NVMe enabled products like Intel SSDs and Toshiba SSDs. The webcast explores the client benefits that have surfaced with the different iterations of the NVMe specifications from NVMe 1.2 to NVMe 1.3 to the upcoming NVMe 1.4. Attendees will receive an in-depth overview of critical NVMe features including easier management of power/thermals, NVMe’s enablement in small form factors like M.2 and BGA, boot partitions and host controlled thermal management and namespace write protection.

    About the Presenters

    Cameron Brett is Director of Marketing, SSD and Storage Solutions, Toshiba Memory America, Inc. and a member of the NVMe Marketing Workgroup.

    Jonmichael Hands is a Product Marketing Manager at Intel and the NVMe Marketing Workgroup Co-Chair.
  • NVMe™ Interoperability: Conformance, Stress/RAS Testing, and Support
    NVMe™ Interoperability: Conformance, Stress/RAS Testing, and Support
    Brandon Hoff, Tim Sheehan, Mark Jones and Nick Kriczky Recorded: Oct 30 2018 55 mins
    NVM Express is an open collection of standards and information to expose the full benefits of non-volatile memory in all types of computing environments from mobile to data center. In order for products to function in the real world, they must first go through extensive conformance and interoperability tests.

    The next NVM Express, Inc. hosted webcast will feature a panel of experts covering the basics of NVMe compliance testing for our suite of specifications. The panelists will also take a deep dive into conformance, interoperability, resilience/error injection testing, and the support infrastructures needed to ensure interoperable supported solutions based on NVM Express® solutions.

    Our experts include:

    • Brandon Hoff of Broadcom who will discuss the support for NVMe over Fabrics in production environments.
    • Tim Sheehan of UNH-IOL who will discuss conformance and interoperability testing at the UNH-IOL.
    • Mark Jones of FCIA, who will discuss testing and interoperability of FC-NVMe.
    • Nick Kriczky of Teledyne LeCroy who will discuss testing and validation at Austin Labs
  • NVMe™ over Fabrics: Updates for 2018
    NVMe™ over Fabrics: Updates for 2018
    Brandon Hoff, Distinguished Software Architect at Broadcom, NVM Express,Inc. Marketing Workgroup Member Recorded: Sep 25 2018 60 mins
    NVMe™ over Fabrics (NVMe-oF™) is the defacto standard for extending the NVMe™ architecture in a scalable manner over mainstream interconnects. In this NVM Express, Inc. hosted webinar, Brandon Hoff, Distinguished Software Architect at Broadcom and NVMe Marketing Group Member, will provide an update on how NVMe-oF technology has evolved in 2018 and what the future holds in 2019 and beyond. The webcast will cover the transports for NVMe-oF, NVMe-of Enterprise Arrays, NVMe-oF Appliances, and NVMe-oF JBOFs as well as interoperability testing. Viewers will also learn about different NVMe-oF solutions and how NVMe-oF is disrupting the storage landscape and improving the performance of external storage solutions.

    Brandon Hoff is Distinguished Software Architect at Broadcom, where he focuses on new product strategy, including product development interlock, business planning, and sales strategy development for growth initiatives. He has also worked on innovation initiatives, end user strategies, technology and solutions for WNVeb giants, and product portfolio leadership. He has been an active participant in NVM Express, is a board member of Understanding Disruption, Inc. and has been IBTA Marketing Work Group Co-Chair. He is a frequent participant at industry events, including NVM Express meetings, SNIA conferences, and Ethernet Alliance events. He has over 25 years of industry experience, including a stint as Chief Strategy Officer/Chief Marketing Officer at CipherOptics. He holds an MBA from the University of Colorado (Boulder) and a BSEE from Colorado State University. Brandon holds patents in networking and security as well as contributing to books that address technology innovation: “Driverless Car Revolution: Buy Mobility, not Metal” and “Our Driverless Future: Heaven or Hell?”
  • The Evolution and Future of NVMe
    The Evolution and Future of NVMe
    David Allen, NVM Express Board Member and Dr. J Metz, NVM Express Board Member Recorded: Jan 17 2018 60 mins
    The momentum around NVMe technology has surpassed expectations and there’s no lull in sight. Developers and other industry enthusiasts are excited about the potential for NVMe in the client/mobile space, as well as in the data center and enterprise. Join us for this NVM Express, Inc.-hosted webcast to learn about the evolution of the NVMe storage protocol and what’s in store for its future, in 2018 and beyond.

    In this webcast, you will find out more about today’s market adoption, various applications and use cases, as well as the NVMe specifications roadmap, including projected timelines and key enhancements for the NVMe Management Interface 1.1 Specification, the NVM-oF 1.1 Specification and NVMe 1.4 Specification.
  • The NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MI) - Learn What's New
    The NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MI) - Learn What's New
    Peter Onufryk, NVMe Board Member and NVMe-MI Chair and Austin Bolen, Vice Chair of the NVMe Management Work Group Recorded: Nov 7 2017 62 mins
    NVM Express ® (NVMe TM) is the industry standard for high performance storage for client, enterprise and data center applications. The NVMe family of standards consist of:

    • NVMeTM: Defining the architecture, queueing interface, and command set for direct attached PCIe® SSDs
    • NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oFTM): Extending the NVMe architecture in a scalable manner over mainstream interconnects such as Ethernet
    • NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MITM): Specifying the management architecture and out-of-band interfaces for managing PCIe SSDs

    In this webinar, Peter Onufryk, NVMe Board Member and NVMe Management Workgroup Chair, and Austin Bolen, Vice Chair of the NVMe Management Workgroup and co-author of the NVMe Management Interface Specification, will cover:

    • Storage management and the motivation for developing the NVMe-MI specification
    • The NVMe-MI architecture
    • Out-of-band interfaces supported by NVMe-MI
    • The NVMe-MI command set
    • An overview of features that are being standardized in NVMe-MI 1.1 (i.e. enclosure management and the in-band tunneling mechanism)

    At the end of this webinar you will have a good understanding of what NVMe-MI is, how it works, and how you can use it in your application.

    Peter is currently a Fellow in the Performance Solutions Business Unit at Microsemi where he is responsible for NVM controller and PCI Express switch product architecture and validation.

    Austin Bolen is a member of the Technical Staff at Dell EMC where he has been working as the NVM Express technologist for their PowerEdge server division for the past five years. He is Vice Chair of the NVMe Management Working Group and one of the authors of the NVM Express Management Interface Specification. He is also the Dell EMC representative in the PCI SIG Protocol Working Group which develops the PCI Express Base Specification where a primary object of his is enhancing the PCI Express ecosystem in support of NVMe.
  • NVMe over Fabrics: Market Uptake, Benefits and Use Cases
    NVMe over Fabrics: Market Uptake, Benefits and Use Cases
    Brandon Hoff, Distinguished Software Architect at Broadcom Recorded: Sep 20 2017 57 mins
    Join Brandon Hoff, Distinguished Software Architect at Broadcom, on behalf of NVM Express as he discusses the latest technical developments and benefits of NVMe over Fabrics, market uptake and use cases.
  • NVMe 1.3 - Learn What's New!
    NVMe 1.3 - Learn What's New!
    Jonmichael Hands Recorded: Jun 28 2017 59 mins
    See the new and improved features in the NVMe version 1.3 specification. NVM Express hosts Jonmichael Hands of Intel and Co-Chairman of the NVMe Marketing Committee explaining the key changes in the spec. Join to learn the latest in non-volatile memory standards.
  • NVM Express® – The Next Step for Faster Flash
    NVM Express® – The Next Step for Faster Flash
    Larry Chisvin, Product Planning, PCIe Switches, Broadcom Limited Recorded: Dec 15 2016 52 mins
    The industry broadly recognizes, and is intent on unleashing, the inherent performance potential of NVMeTM flash storage in the datacenter storage hierarchy. NVMe has now become part of the mainstream market for faster storage, with server vendors generally supporting NVMe technologies today and 19 or more storage vendors planning and deploying dedicated or hybrid NVMe-based and NVMe over Fabrics solutions.

    In this webinar, we will cover where we are today and where we are going:
    •NVM Express
    •What NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oFTM) is and why it is important
    •What the NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MITM) is and why it is important

    NVMe over Fabrics has the promise of unleashing the potential performance of NVMe drives in a scalable manner by leveraging the capabilities of mainstream high-performance interconnects.

    The NVM Express Management Interface specification allows an interoperable management architecture to support IT managers’ ability to extensively administer PCIe SSDs.
  • NVM Express Over Fabrics -- A Panel Discussion
    NVM Express Over Fabrics -- A Panel Discussion
    Brandon Hoff, Broadcom; Keith Deierling, Mellanox Technologies; Fazil Osman, Broadcom; Praveen Midha, Qlogic Recorded: Oct 20 2016 58 mins
    NVM Express(R) over Fabrics has the promise of unleashing the potential performance of NVMe(TM) drives in a scalable manner by leveraging the capabilities of mainstream high-performance interconnects. There are already several fabrics that have taken the lead in proposed deployments, and others that are being considered. This panel of technologists reviews the benefits of using different fabrics as the platform for this new initiative, and explores how what value they bring to the party for specific applications and workloads. Is one fabric the clear winner, or does the choice depend upon what the end-user is trying to accomplish?

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