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A performance comparison of in-memory Virtual Desktop Environment

Dai Hoang Tran, Tien-Dung Nguyen, Eui-Nam Huh, Choong Seon Hong
2014 The 16th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium  
In-memory Computing (IMC) is the new trend for enabling high-performance computation and fast data processing.  ...  The end results shows positive feedback, but there are trade-offs we need to concern for the In-memory Virtual Desktop Environment.  ...  [4] proposed VOLUME as a largescale in-memory general solution for distributed file system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/apnoms.2014.6996592 dblp:conf/apnoms/TranNHH14 fatcat:ets75plgjvfkxdp6eriuw2lnwe

Serverless Predictions: 2021-2030 [article]

Pedro Garcia Lopez, Aleksander Slominski, Michael Behrendt, Bernard Metzler
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Within the next 10 years, advances on resource disaggregation will enable full transparency for most Cloud applications: to run unmodified single-machine applications over effectively unlimited remote  ...  In this article, we present five serverless predictions for the next decade that will realize this vision of transparency -- equivalent to Tim Wagner's Serverless SuperComputer or AnyScale's Infinite Laptop  ...  Nevertheless, resource disaggregation is still in its infancy, and there is no current solution to provide flexible scaling and access transparency over remote shared memory.  ... 
arXiv:2104.03075v1 fatcat:n4sy6hletzawthgicnopcicr6q

VOLUME: Enable Large-Scale In-Memory Computation on Commodity Clusters

Zhiqiang Ma, Ke Hong, Lin Gu
2013 2013 IEEE 5th International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science  
by swapping data to disks and remote servers.  ...  To overcome the challenge, we construct VOLUME (Virtual On-Line Unified Memory Environment), a distributed virtual memory to unify the physical memory and disk resources on many compute nodes, to form  ...  Distributed Virtual Memory As many tasks of a program access the same unified memory space of VOLUME concurrently, it is challenging to efficiently control and support the concurrent accesses.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cloudcom.2013.15 dblp:conf/cloudcom/MaHG13 fatcat:st7xg57pjvhmvb2jd7nfrnzt2e

Towards software defined persistent memory

Swaminathan Sundararaman, Nisha Talagala, Dhananjoy Das, Amar Mudrankit, Dulcardo Arteaga
2015 Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Interactions of NVM/FLASH with Operating Systems and Workloads - INFLOW '15  
We present Software Defined Persistent Memory, an approach that enables applications to use persistent memory in a variety of local and remote configurations.  ...  The emergence of persistent memories promises a seachange in application and data center architectures, with efficiencies and performance not possible with today's volatile DRAM and persistent slow storage  ...  We thank the many developers of the SDPM project and also the members of the advanced development group at SanDisk for their help and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2819001.2819004 dblp:conf/sosp/SundararamanTDM15 fatcat:35pumzgsxrgvhh3u374tcbputu

Remote Access [chapter]

Morey J. Haber
2020 Privileged Attack Vectors  
To alleviate all of these challenges for vendor remote access, privileged access management solutions should be fully integrated.  ...  However, this poses a network routing challenge for traditional IT management and security solutions like VPN.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4842-5914-6_18 fatcat:j2utgsmblzf5tbridzhsboi6ci

The design of a distributed key-value store for petascale hot storage in data acquisition systems

Danilo Cicalese, Grzegorz Jereczek, Fabrice Le Goff, Giovanna Lehmann Miotto, Jeremy Love, Maciej Maciejewski, Remigius K Mommsen, Jakub Radtke, Jakub Schmiegel, Malgorzata Szychowska, A. Forti, L. Betev (+3 others)
2019 EPJ Web of Conferences  
They are thus inherently distributed systems and require fast online data selection, otherwise requirements for permanent storage would be enormous.  ...  DAQDB offers not only high-capacity and low-latency buffer for fast data selection, but also opens a new approach in high-bandwidth data acquisition by decoupling the lifetime of the data analysis processes  ...  RDMA, in particular, provides mechanisms for accessing remote memory, including persistent memory, and therefore allows zero-copy operations on distributed data sets.  ... 
doi:10.1051/epjconf/201921401014 fatcat:pv6wbd5svzgu7e6k7li7f3ncce

Enabling Efficient RDMA-based Synchronous Mirroring of Persistent Memory Transactions [article]

Arash Tavakkol, Aasheesh Kolli, Stanko Novakovic, Kaveh Razavi, Juan Gomez-Luna, Hasan Hassan, Claude Barthels, Yaohua Wang, Mohammad Sadrosadati, Saugata Ghose, Ankit Singla, Pratap Subrahmanyam, Onur Mutlu
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In addition to that, existing low-latency network technologies, such as Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA), provide limited ordering guarantees and do not provide durability guarantees necessary for SM  ...  To this end, we propose new primitives enabling efficient and correct SM over RDMA, and use these primitives to develop two new techniques delivering high-performance SM of persistent memories.  ...  Prior works [15, 53, 59, 67] have already proposed to combine fast Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) or In niband with the emerging memories to improve the e ciency of SM, but these works do not perform  ... 
arXiv:1810.09360v1 fatcat:l3u2vf7p5neufflz7cl6okq3q4

Scaling the capacity of memory systems; evolution and key approaches

Kyriakos Paraskevas, Andrew Attwood, Mikel Lujan, John Goodacre
2019 Proceedings of the International Symposium on Memory Systems - MEMSYS '19  
Fundamentally, not a single solution has managed to fully solve this memory capacity challenge.  ...  therefore the requirement of delivering a scalable memory capacity still poses a real challenge for system architects.  ...  for providing a system with fast, and ample memory capacity.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3357526.3357555 dblp:conf/memsys/ParaskevasALG19 fatcat:qlsuo7csujg3rhbwf3efqljhta

The Machine

Kimberly Keeton
2015 Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers - ROSS '15  
"System Software for Persistent Memory," Proc. EuroSys, 2014.  ...  The Machine: memory-centric computing • Fast load/store access to large shared pool of non-volatile memoryMany opportunities for software innovation Traditional databases Example: A database (write)  ...  Naïve implementation: The Atlas programming model • Memory is shared − Shared datasets permit low overhead work stealing -potential solution to static load balancing challenges − Shared data structures  ... 
doi:10.1145/2768405.2768406 dblp:conf/hpdc/Keeton15 fatcat:ritr3meabfccrj4j5k2eia45va

PerDiS: An Infrastructure for Cooperative Engineering in Virtual Enterprise [chapter]

Fadi Sandakly, Joao Garcia, Paulo Ferreira, Patrice Poyet
1999 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
control and persistence. • Corba is based on remote method invocation.  ...  This approach is based on a platform of persistent, distributed and shared memory called PerDiS.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35577-1_21 fatcat:l6257bmbxvhbjjuialhnvvxrhq

Clio: A Hardware-Software Co-Designed Disaggregated Memory System [article]

Zhiyuan Guo, Yizhou Shan, Xuhao Luo, Yutong Huang, Yiying Zhang
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The Clio hardware includes a new virtual memory system, a customized network system, and a framework for computation offloading.  ...  It has 1.1x to 3.4x energy saving compared to CPU-based and SmartNIC-based disaggregated memory systems and is 2.7x faster than software-based SmartNIC solutions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers and our shepherd Mark Silberstein for their tremendous feedback and comments, which have substantially improved the content and presentation  ... 
arXiv:2108.03492v3 fatcat:oh23q256dzao7jroxayuexvbuq

Challenges of Mobile Devices' Resources and in Communication Channels and their Solutions

Rashid G. Alakbarov, Institute of Information Technology, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Azerbaijan
2021 International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security  
The architecture offered in the article more efficiently ensures the demand of mobile devices for computing and storage and removes the latency that occur in the network.  ...  At the same time, the tasks related to energy saving and eliminating delays in communication channels by solving the problems that require complex computing and memory resources in the cloudlets located  ...  It minimizes clouds usage service fee, task solution time and lightly loads the network. Fast service access, mobility support, and minimized roaming fees, are the main benefits of cloudlets.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijcnis.2021.01.04 fatcat:dxixw3p5bjaxdn7q3e437z2kqq

Exploiting the Performance Benefits of Storage Class Memory for HPC and HPDA Workflows

2018 Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations  
Byte-addressable storage class memory (SCM) is an upcoming technology that will transform the memory and storage hierarchy of HPC systems by dramatically reducing the latency gap between DRAM and persistent  ...  We describe the system software components that are required to enabled workflow and data aware resource allocation scheduling in order to optimise both system throughput and time to solution for individual  ...  NEXTGenIO is an internal collaboration between research organisations and industry to develop a prototype hardware platform that uses on-node SCM to bridge the latency gap between memory and storage.  ... 
doi:10.14529/jsfi180105 fatcat:abj3hne6b5cahjvwvzijbub5y4

A Case for Asymmetric Non-Volatile Memory Architecture [article]

Teng Ma , Yongwei Wu University of Southern California
2019 arXiv   pre-print
This paper rethinks NVM deployment and makes a case for the asymmetric NVM architecture, which decouples servers from persistent data storage.  ...  The byte-addressable Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) is a promising technology since it simultaneously provides DRAM-like performance, disk-like capacity, and persistency.  ...  Some of these works focus on how to design remote memory. Aguilera et al. [85] introduce benefits and challenges about applying remote memory.  ... 
arXiv:1809.09395v2 fatcat:feho443vbvexno7endxmog24xa

Mobility and persistence [chapter]

Miguel Mira da Silva
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this chapter we introduce persistence and then present a few examples of opportunities and many more challenges that exist in the combination of persistence and mobility.  ...  In the last three years we have been working with persistence and distribution, in particular migration of higher-level objects between autonomous persistent programs.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to acknowledge Malcolm Atkinson, his PhD supervisor, for the last three years in Glasgow where these ideas originated and were developed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-62852-5_13 fatcat:ekk73g4fbjadvchufwqslamwku
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