Architecting to achieve a billion requests per second throughput on a single key-value store server platform

@article{Li2015ArchitectingTA,
  title={Architecting to achieve a billion requests per second throughput on a single key-value store server platform},
  author={Sheng Li and Hyeontaek Lim and Victor W. Lee and Jung Ho Ahn and Anuj Kalia and Michael Kaminsky and David G. Andersen and O Seongil and Sukhan Lee and Pradeep Dubey},
  journal={2015 ACM/IEEE 42nd Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA)},
  year={2015},
  pages={476-488}
}
Distributed in-memory key-value stores (KVSs), such as memcached, have become a critical data serving layer in modern Internet-oriented data center infrastructure. Their performance and efficiency directly affect the QoS of web services and the efficiency of data centers. Traditionally, these systems have had significant overheads from inefficient network processing, OS kernel involvement, and concurrency control. Two recent research thrusts have focused on improving key-value performance… CONTINUE READING

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