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Storage and Memory Characterization of Data Intensive Workloads for Bare Metal Cloud

@article{Makrani2018StorageAM,
  title={Storage and Memory Characterization of Data Intensive Workloads for Bare Metal Cloud},
  author={Hosein Mohammadi Makrani},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1805.08332}
}
As the cost-per-byte of storage systems dramatically decreases, SSDs are finding their ways in emerging cloud infrastructure. Similar trend is happening for main memory subsystem, as advanced DRAM technologies with higher capacity, frequency and number of channels are deploying for cloud-scale solutions specially for non-virtualized environment where cloud subscribers can exactly specify the configuration of underling hardware. Given the performance sensitivity of standard workloads to the… 

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