Using Storage Class Memory Efficiently for an In-memory Database

@inproceedings{Gottesman2016UsingSC,
  title={Using Storage Class Memory Efficiently for an In-memory Database},
  author={Yonatan Gottesman and Joel Nider and Ronen I. Kat and Yaron Weinsberg and Michael Factor},
  booktitle={SYSTOR},
  year={2016}
}
Storage class memory (SCM) is an emerging class of memory devices that are both byte addressable, and persistent. There are many different technologies that can be considered SCM, at different stages of maturity. Examples of such technologies include NVDIMM-N, PCM, SttRAM, Racetrack, FeRAM, and others. Currently, applications rely on storage technologies such as Flash memory and hard disks as the physical media for persistency. SCM behaves differently and has significantly different… CONTINUE READING

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