Persistent Memory Programming Performance Guidelines
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Watch the Persistent Memory Programming Performance Guidelines

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In this webinar we explain how to write persistent memory optimized applications in a way that maximizes performance. We will also be sharing techniques of achieving fail-safety without compromising performance that are used throughout the Persistent Memory Development Kit codebase.

What You Will Learn:

  • Important performance characteristics of Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory.
  • How to design your algorithms in a way that optimizes performance on persistent memory.
  • High performance techniques for achieving power-fail safety in your code.

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About our Speakers

Piotr Balcer

Software Engineer, Intel Corporation

Piotr Balcer is a software engineer at Intel Corporation with many years’ experience working on storage-related technologies. He holds a bachelor of science in engineering from the Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland, where he studied system software engineering. Piotr has been working on the software ecosystem for next-generation persistent memory since 2014.


Steve Scargall, Moderator/Host

Software Architect, Intel Corporation

Steve Scargall is a Persistent Memory Software Architect within Intel’s Data Center Group (DCG). Steve contributes to the SNIA NVM Programming Technical Work Group, PMDK, NDCTL, and other open sources projects.