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Traditional Database Management Systems (DBMSs) are built with the premise that magnetic disks such as hard disks drives (HDDs) store the data. Recently, several alternatives to HDDs have emerged, such as the solid-state drives (SSDs) based on non-volatile memory (NVM) technology such as 3D XPoint and the new generations of dynamic random access memories (DRAMs). Different characteristics of these storage technologies may impact the performance of DBMSs. In this work, we analyze the performancedoi:10.5753/jidm.2020.1868 fatcat:iu6chawgmrdwnhnjheztxzvjny