Implications of non-volatile memory as primary storage for database management systems

  title={Implications of non-volatile memory as primary storage for database management systems},
  author={Naveed Ul Mustafa and Adri{\`a} Armejach and {\"O}. {\"O}zturk and A. Cristal and O. Unsal},
  journal={2016 International Conference on Embedded Computer Systems: Architectures, Modeling and Simulation (SAMOS)},
Traditional Database Management System (DBMS) software relies on hard disks for storing relational data. Hard disks are cheap, persistent, and offer huge storage capacities. However, data retrieval latency for hard disks is extremely high. To hide this latency, DRAM is used as an intermediate storage. DRAM is significantly faster than disk, but deployed in smaller capacities due to cost and power constraints, and without the necessary persistency feature that disks have. Non-Volatile Memory… Expand
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