Nessie: A Decoupled, Client-Driven Key-Value Store Using RDMA

@article{Cassell2017NessieAD,
  title={Nessie: A Decoupled, Client-Driven Key-Value Store Using RDMA},
  author={Benjamin Cassell and Tyler Szepesi and Bernard Wong and Tim Brecht and Jonathan Ma and Xiaoyi Liu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2017},
  volume={28},
  pages={3537-3552}
}
Key-value storage systems are an integral part of many data centre applications, but as demand increases so does the need for high performance. This has motivated new designs that use Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) to reduce communication overhead. Current RDMA-enabled key-value stores (RKVSes) target workloads involving small values, running on dedicated servers on which no other applications are running. Outside of these domains, however, there may be other RKVS designs that provide… CONTINUE READING

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