Customer Update: Aerospike 4.7 for Intel® Ethernet 800 Series with ADQ

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Srini Srinivasan, Founder and Chief Product Officer at Aerospike, and Anil Vasudevan, Senior Principal Engineer at Intel

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Application Device Queues (ADQ) is a new Intel innovation for system-level network input/output (I/O) performance. This will improve application response predictability and scalability in a cost-effective manner. ADQ dedicates queues and shapes traffic for the transfer of data through Ethernet for critical applications. This is accomplished by using standard operating system networking stacks and interfaces supplemented with Intel hardware technologies for improved performance. The goal of ADQ is to ensure that high-priority applications receive predictable high performance through dramatically reduced jitter. Aerospike is the first commercial/open database that supports Intel’s innovative product lines – Intel PMEM and now Intel ADQ. The close collaboration between Aerospike and Intel resulted in unprecedented performance gains and low latency in applications powered by the Aerospike database. Aerospike 4.7 is optimized for the Intel Ethernet 800 Series with ADQ. The network adapter hardware enables enterprises to move beyond NUMA pinning to speed up applications by quickly moving vast amounts of data to and from the edge, the core and the cloud. Join this Special Customer Update featuring Srini Srinivasan, Founder and Chief Product Officer at Aerospike, and Anil Vasudevan, Senior Principal Engineer at Intel. Each will share perspective on the significance of these advancements. You’ll hear details on Intel Ethernet 800 Series with ADQ directly from one of Intel’s most influential engineers and Srini’s expectations for what 4.7 will mean for Aerospike customers.

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