Mercury: Host-side flash caching for the data center

  title={Mercury: Host-side flash caching for the data center},
  author={Steve Byan and James Lentini and Anshul Madan and Luis Pabon},
  journal={012 IEEE 28th Symposium on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies (MSST)},
The adoption of flash memory in high volume consumer products such as cell phones, tablet computers, digital cameras, and portable music players has driven down flash costs and increased flash quality. This trend is pushing flash memory into new applications, including enterprise computing. In enterprise data centers, servers containing flash-based SolidState Drives (SSDs) are becoming common. However, data center architects prefer to deploy shared storage over direct-attached storage (DAS… CONTINUE READING
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