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NVM ExpressTM Infrastructure – Exploring Data Center PCIe Topologies

The NVM Express Infrastructure webinar covers how and why to deploy NVMeTM solid-state drives in the data center, and explores available PCI Express SSD topologies, form factors, and interconnects. Learn what it takes to bring high performance PCIe SSDs into the mainstream with NVMe, and discover the value it delivers to the data center with an efficient protocol, the scalability and flexibility of PCIe, and a standard ecosystem for software, drivers, and management.
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Jonmichael Hands, Intel; Peter Onufryk, PMC
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  • NVM Express® – The Next Step for Faster Flash Dec 15 2016 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Larry Chisvin, Product Planning, PCIe Switches, Broadcom Limited
    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 Recorded: Oct 20 2016 58 mins
    Brandon Hoff, Broadcom; Keith Deierling, Mellanox Technologies; Fazil Osman, Broadcom; Praveen Midha, Qlogic
    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?
  • NVM Express in the Linux Stack Recorded: May 12 2016 63 mins
    Keith Busch, Intel and Matias Bjørling, CNEX
    NVM Express is becoming the de-facto standard for talking to Non-Volatile Memory over PCI Express. This is, in part, due to the great level of support NVM Express has in modern operating systems. In this webinar we will focus on the support for NVM Express in the Linux operating system. We will show how the NVM Express driver, combined with the Linux Block Layer, enables great performance, low latency and open-source management tools. This talk will focus on how Linux delivers such good performance on NVM Express devices, and discusses some of the roadmap items that are coming to the NVM Express and block layer in Linux. We will also discuss some of the management tools available for NVM Express and Linux today such as the NVMe command line interface tool (nvme-cli).
  • NVM Express for Consumers: Bringing High-performance PCIe SSDs to the Mainstream Recorded: Feb 25 2016 49 mins
    Jonmichael Hands, Product Marketing Manager, Intel, and RC Camillo, SSD Product Planning Manager, Samsung
    NVM Express was designed from the ground up for solid state drives to deliver high bandwidth and low latency through the PCIe interface with a new streamlined protocol, efficient performance, with industry standard software, drivers, and management. NVM Express is now THE standard for PCIe solid state drives, and it is now making its way into desktop, laptops, and mobile computing. In this webcast, you will learn how NVM Express is removing storage bottlenecks in client computing by driving the transition from the SATA interface and unleashing the full potential for flash storage.
  • NVM Express® Solutions: Delivering Real-world Benefits Recorded: Dec 10 2015 52 mins
    Jonmichael Hands, Product Marketing Manager, Intel Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group
    NVMe brings high performance and low latency PCIe SSDs into the mainstream with a streamlined protocol that is efficient and scalable, with an ease of deployment through industry standard software and drivers. NVMe is driving changes in cloud computing, software-defined infrastructure, virtualization, HPC, traditional database and big data analytics. See the areas where NVMe can add value to data center applications today through compelling solutions and proof points of real workloads and applications.
  • NVM Express Fabrics Protocol and Architecture Recorded: Nov 19 2015 59 mins
    Mike Shapiro, Founder and VP Software, EMC/DSSD
    As NVM Express becomes the de facto interface standard for Enterprise and Client PCIe-based storage, the NVMe specification is evolving to take on the challenge of maintaining low latency to storage media while scaling out to meet the needs of modern data centers and applications. This talk will explore the coming NVMe Over Fabrics specification, and how it enables NVMe to be used across RDMA fabrics (e.g., Ethernet or InfiniBand™ with RDMA, Fibre Channel, etc.) and connect to other NVMe storage devices. Who should attend: engineering and marketing people interested in learning about how NVMe Over Fabrics works and the new types of system architectures enabled by this protocol.
  • NVM Express® and PCI Express® for Mobile Recorded: Oct 29 2015 37 mins
    Dave Landsman, Director SSD Standards, SanDisk
    While the compute segments are embracing NVMe as the interface standard for Enterprise and Client PCIe-based storage, NVMe/PCIe is not generally thought of as a platform for mobile storage solutions; i.e., handsets. This talk will explore and discuss what features are needed, and in some cases already there, to make NVMe/PCIe a compelling storage solution for mobile handsets, and small, thin computing devices, in general. Who should attend: engineering and marketing people interested in learning about how NVMe/PCIe is suitable for mobile storage solutions.
  • NVM ExpressTM Infrastructure – Exploring Data Center PCIe Topologies Recorded: Jan 29 2015 64 mins
    Jonmichael Hands, Intel; Peter Onufryk, PMC
    The NVM Express Infrastructure webinar covers how and why to deploy NVMeTM solid-state drives in the data center, and explores available PCI Express SSD topologies, form factors, and interconnects. Learn what it takes to bring high performance PCIe SSDs into the mainstream with NVMe, and discover the value it delivers to the data center with an efficient protocol, the scalability and flexibility of PCIe, and a standard ecosystem for software, drivers, and management.
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