Curious about NVM Express and Linux? Register for our upcoming webcast, May 12 at 11 AM Pacific time, with presenters Keith Busch, Intel and Matias Bjørling, CNEX and moderator Stephen Bates, Microsemi.
Here’s a synopsis of what they will cover:
NVM Express is becoming the de-facto standard for talking to Non-Volatile Memory over PCI Express. This is, in part, due to the great level of support NVM Express has in modern operating systems. In this webinar we will focus on the support for NVM Express in the Linux operating system. We will show how the NVM Express driver, combined with the Linux Block Layer, enables great performance, low latency and open-source management tools. This talk will focus on how Linux delivers such good performance on NVM Express devices, and discusses some of the roadmap items that are coming to the NVM Express and block layer in Linux. We will also discuss some of the management tools available for NVM Express and Linux today such as the NVMe command line interface tool (nvme-cli).
Can’t make the actual event? If you register you’ll be able to access the recording that will be posted immediately following, any time you like.