Java Programming with Persistent Memory

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Steve Dohrmann, Sr. Staff Software Engineer at Intel and Olasoji (Soji) Denloye, Staff Software Engineer at Intel

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Persistent memory offers Java developers design flexibility and significant performance opportunities in applications that need to store data persistently. We’ll start with a brief overview of different ways to access persistent memory from Java today. Then we’ll go into a more in-depth exploration of an open-source Java library: the Low-Level Persistence Library (LLPL). A walk through of Java code samples will give a feel for the power of using LLPL and direct memory programming for the storage of persistent data.
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