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Persistent Memory Programming Using Non-volatile Memory Libraries (NVML)

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With persistent memory, data can be retained after a program crash or power failure. Join this free webinar and learn how to make your C++ application PMEM aware using Non-volatile Memory Libraries.

In this webinar, Usha Upadhyayula and Tomasz Kapela will provide insights into one of the best-of-breed open source libraries:

  • Non-volatile Memory Libraries (NVML) created by Intel.
  • How higher level application programmers can capture the benefits of persistent memory.
  • How NVML facilitates the adoption of byte-addressable persistent memory programming.
  • Walk through a C++ code sample.
  • Preview developer tools available for troubleshooting persistent memory program.

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Speakers

Usha Upadhyayula

Software Ecosystem Enabling Engineer,
Intel Memory Products

Professional biography: Usha has been with Intel for past 20 years in various different roles. Usha spent first few years developing user level applications in C, C++. In the last few years she lead various initiatives ranging from enabling software ecosystem for media processors and world wide support for Intel RAID software. Currently, as part of Data Center Solutions Group at Intel, she is focused on software enabling for Intel persistent memory products.


Tomasz Kapela

Software Engineer
Intel Corporation

Tomasz Kapela is a software engineer with 6 years of experience in the industry. He majored in radio communication systems from the Gdansk University of Technology in 2010. Since then he worked as a software developer and systems designer in Radmor, where he designed and implemented military grade MANETs. Since 2014 he is working at Intel Technology Poland, where he is focusing on software solutions for the next-gen non-volatile memory.