The Future of the Storage World is Autonomous

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Wednesday, September 29, 2021
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Today, storage and memory hierarchies are manually tuned and sized at design time. But tomorrow’s workloads are increasingly dynamic, multi-tenant and variable. Can we build autonomous storage systems that can adapt to changing application workloads? In this session, we demonstrate how breakthroughs in autonomous storage systems research can deliver impressive gains in cost, performance, latency control and customer out-of-the-box experience. Attendees will be able to see results from the latest research and development and learn: Why static memory hierarchies leave so much performance on the floor. What is a fully autonomous storage hierarchy and how does it automatically adapt to changing application workloads? The efficiency, QoS, performance SLAs/SLOs and cost tradeoffs that fully autonomous caches and hierarchies juggle.

  • Why static memory hierarchies leave so much performance on the floor.
  • What is a fully autonomous storage hierarchy and how does it automatically adapt to changing application workloads?
  • The efficiency, QoS, performance SLAs/SLOs and cost tradeoffs that fully autonomous caches and hierarchies juggle.

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