What NVMe™/TCP Means for Networked Storage

Presented by

Sagi Grimberg, Lightbits; J Metz, Cisco; Tom Reu, Chelsio

About this talk

In the storage world, NVMe™ is arguably the hottest thing going right now. Go to any storage conference – either vendor- or vendor-neutral, and you’ll see NVMe as the latest and greatest innovation. It stands to reason, then, that when you want to run NVMe over a network, you need to understand NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF). TCP – the long-standing mainstay of networking – is the newest transport technology to be approved by the NVM Express organization. This can mean really good things for storage and storage networking – but what are the tradeoffs? In this webinar, the lead author of the NVMe/TCP specification, Sagi Grimberg, and J Metz, member of the SNIA and NVMe Boards of Directors, will discuss: •What is NVMe/TCP •How NVMe/TCP works •What are the trade-offs? •What should network administrators know? •What kind of expectations are realistic? •What technologies can make NVMe/TCP work better? •And more… After the webcast, check out the Q&A blog http://sniaesfblog.org/author-of-nvme-tcp-spec-answers-your-questions/

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