The NVMe standard is evolving to support data center deployment of SSDs. Hyperscalers have brought their requirements into NVM Express regarding isolation, predictable latency and write amplification. As a result, new features such as I/O determinism and predictable latency has been added to the upcoming NVMe 1.4 specification to address some of these concerns, and NVMe-oF has added support for TCP as a transport. In this NVM Express, Inc. hosted webinar, Mark Carlson of Toshiba and John Kim of Mellanox will cover the issues and show the new features from multiple data center perspectives.
About the Presenters
- Mark Carlson is a Principal Engineer at Toshiba Memory and an NVMe Board Member.
- John Kim is the Director of Storage Marketing at Mellanox.