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Database Persistence, Without the Performance Penalty

Posted by Steven Graves in Steven Graves' Blog, 15 October 2013 · 661 views
database, persistence, NVDIMM

If slashing latency is the goal, main memory (DRAM) is definitely the place to store data. System architects recognize this, hence the soaring popularity of in-memory database systems (IMDSs).
But DRAM is volatile – some applications need greater durability in the event that someone pulls the plug on the system.
What if DRAM could be...

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