Key Value Standardized

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Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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The NVMe Key Value (NVMe-KV) Command Set has been standardized as one of the new I/O Command Sets that NVMe Supports. Additionally, SNIA has standardized a Key Value API that works with the NVMe Key Value allows access to data on a storage device using a key rather than a block address. The NVMe-KV Command Set provides the key to store a corresponding value on non-volatile media, then retrieves that value from the media by specifying the corresponding key. Key Value allows users to access key-value data without the costly and time-consuming overhead of additional translation tables between keys and logical blocks. This presentation will discuss the benefits of Key Value storage, present the major features of the NVMe-KV Command Set and how it interacts with the NVMe standards, and present open source work that is available to take advantage of Key Value storage.

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Present the standardization of SNIA KV API,Present the standardization of NVMe Key Value Command Set,Present the benefits of Key Valeu in computational storage,Present open source work on Key Value Storage

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