Intel is at the forefront of providing technology that is being used to enable the deployment of scale-up and scale-out storage solutions. The Memory and Storage Program provides the foundation for understanding data storage, technology, and architectures used across the data center, cloud and edge as well as an overview of Intel’s vision for modernizing storage and evolving to a software defined infrastructure.
Unleash Non-Volatile Media Performance with SPDK (1 Chapters)
In this course, Anu Rao, Intel® Product Manager, provides viewers with insight into the various Intel hardware and software innovations. You will also gain a deeper understanding how Intel funds and supports open source software to enable these technologies in the industry.
Storage Virtualization and Disaggregation with SPDK (1 Chapters)
In this course, John Kariuki, Intel® Software Engineer, provides users with insight into Storage Virtualization with SPDK and Storage Disaggregation with SPDK. You will also gain a deeper understanding of the SPDK components, such as logical volumes and review key performance data.
Ceph Cluster Components (1 Chapters)
In this course, Karl Vietmeier, Intel Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, provides insight into the core components in a Ceph Cluster, the RADOS daemons, and shares a plethora of related materials.
Storage as a Platform (1 Chapters)
Introduction to Persistent Memory (6 Chapters)
This course introduces persistent memory and delves into why there is so much activity around it in the industry. Learn how persistent memory connects to a server platform, how it performs, and what some of the challenges are for developers and programmers.
Storage Performance Development Kit 201 (4 Chapters)
This course explains the ways organizations use SPDK to accelerate their application access to local and remote storage and serve optimized block storage to Virtual Machines. You will gain a deeper understanding of the capabilities provided by the SPDK stack. Lastly, key concepts central to building an asynchronous polled I/O application are discussed.