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Wednesday, May 31 • 14:00 - 14:40
Device-DAX: Towards Software Defined Memory - Dan Williams, Intel

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The "software defined" buzzword, to a Linux kernel developer, implies infrastructure that allows an application to bypass the kernel's general purpose interfaces and policies to compose a solution tailored to a specific use case. As performance and feature-differentiated memory technologies, like high-bandwidth memory and persistent memory, continue to proliferate the kernel needs a mechanism to hand out dedicated and predictable access to applications purpose built to leverage these new memory types. The DAX mechanism in general, and the Device-DAX interface in particular, allow an application direct-access to memory ranges bypassing the page cache and filesystem. This presentation gives an overview of the Device-DAX capability and how it might be used as a building block for software defined memory management.

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Dan Williams

Intel
Dan is a Linux kernel developer in Intel Open Source Technology Center. He primarily works on enabling platform storage technologies. Most recently he has been involved in persistent memory enabling as a maintainer of the Linux kernel libnvdimm sub-system. He led the Persistent M... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall B-1

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