In this episode, Darren discusses advances in-memory architecture with Charles Fan, CEO of MemVerge, winner of the 2022 Bio-IT World Best in Show and People’s Choice Award.
Randy Hayes, VP of Sales, VAST Data, discusses what’s new at VAST in the last six months, including Gemini, which offers a different storage business model.
Databases are showing their age, still taking some time to get results. Aerospike, with the help of Intel technology, breaks through with speed, volume, and low latency making Hyperscale Databases a reality. Tim Faulkes, Vice President of Solutions Architecture at Aerospike, joins Darren on this episode to discuss the benefits of their technology. Check out…
Charles Fan, CEO of MemVerge, talks to Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Public Sector, Intel, about their new technology, Big Memory software-defined memory controller. The technology utilizes Intel 3D XPoint Optane persistent memory to efficiently bridge the gap between current and future architectures, while providing bigger capacity, lower cost, and persistence.
Randy Hayes from VAST Data and Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Public Sector, Intel, discusses VAST Data’s innovative storage architecture that eliminates the need for tiers using NVMe over Fabrics, QLC Flash, and 3D XPoint Optane.
Darren Pulsipher shows how he increased Elasticsearch performance using Intel’s Optane Persistent Memory in 100 percent app direct mode. His tests show an incredible performance increase of 2x. By doubling the throughput capacity, you can greatly decrease the number of servers in your Elasticsearch cluster.
Darren Pulsipher details his experiment in decreasing ingestion congestion using Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory. He used Kafka with Optane DC PMM as an ultra-fast file system to get major improvements in throughput on both producers and consumers.