Sign Up for HPE’s “Data Management and Programming Models for Memory-Driven Computing” Webinar
Tuesday, November 14, 7am PT
Want to simplify programming and manage your data efficiently? If your answer is yes, this webinar on Data Management and Programming Models for Memory-Driven Computing webinar is for you! Register to join us on Tuesday, November 14th from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. pacific time.
Data growth and data analytics requirements are outpacing the compute and storage technologies that have provided the foundation of processor-driven architectures for the last five decades. This divergence requires a deep rethinking of how we build systems and points towards a memory-driven architecture, where memory is the key resource and everything else, including processing, revolves around it.
Memory-Driven Computing brings together byte-addressable persistent memory, a fast memory fabric, task-specific processing, and a new software stack to address these data growth and analysis challenges. At Hewlett Packard Labs, we are exploring Memory-Driven Computing hardware and software design through The Machine research program.
Join Kim Keeton, distinguished technologist at Hewlett Packard Labs, to learn about the trends that inspired the Memory-Driven Computing architecture, the benefits of its applications, the challenges that it presents for the storage community, and Machine-related work in data management and programming models.
This webinar is open to anyone who wants to attend. If you’re interested in getting direct notifications about our upcoming webinars and other Memory-Driven Computing and The Machine technical news, events, and workshops sign up to The Machine User Group today!