IT - Storage

SNIA's NVM Programming Model and How It Works
SearchStorage, June 23rd, 2020
The Storage Networking Industry Association spec provides a standardized approach to building a non-volatile memory-based storage system architecture. We take an in-depth look

"The Storage Networking Industry Association developed the NVM Programming Model to address the proliferation of non-volatile memory functionality and technologies. The specification provides NVM producers and consumers with a standards-based approach to building storage and memory system architectures. To this end, the spec defines recommended behavior for software that interfaces with NVM devices..."

If traditional storage isn't meeting your organization's needs, composable infrastructure may be the answer. Get to know the pros and cons of both approaches

"Traditional storage architectures such as NAS or SAN have supported a range of workloads over the years, and they continue to do so. However, massive growth of increasingly diverse data, coupled with modern application technologies and workflow complexities, have stretched these architectures to their limit.

To address today's storage needs, many IT teams are deploying storage based on composable architecture, abstracting storage and other physical resources and delivering them as services. But before organizations go this route, they should understand the pros and cons of traditional storage vs. composable infrastructure..."

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