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Programming persistent memory : a comprehensive guide for developers

Programming persistent memory : a comprehensive guide for developers

Material type
Personal Author
Scargall, Steve.
Title Statement
Programming persistent memory : a comprehensive guide for developers / Steve Scargall.
Publication, Distribution, etc
[United States] :   Apress Open,   2020.  
Physical Medium
xxxi, 438 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
9781484249314 (pbk.)
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Includes index.  
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Steve Scargall(지은이)

Information Provided By: : Aladin

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Persistent Memory

This introduces the reader to the Persistent Memory technology. What is it, What does it do, and Why the industry needs it.

1. Introduction

2. Describe current dominant architecture designs using DRAM and Storage

3. Definition of Persistent Memory

a. Type N NV-DIMM as first instantiation of Persistent Memory (PM)

b. 3DXP as first NVDIMM-P technology

4. Brief introduction of new capability enabled with Persistent Memory

5. Describe why persistent memory is required and what benefits it brings

Chapter 2: Operating System Support for Persistent Memory

This chapter describes the requirements to use Persistent Memory hardware.

1. Recap of traditional File-based programming model for I/O-based storage

2. ACPI extensions - how OS recognizes PM

3. Using as fast storage via driver

4. DAX and the Programming Model. Mmap today with buffer cache vs. DAX

5. Windows vs. Linux considerations.

6. Emulating Persistent Memory

Chapter 3: Fundamental Concepts of Persistent Memory Programming

This chapter introduces the fundamentals of persistent memory programming. Why it''s different to current programming methods, and what developers need to keep in mind when programming for persistence.

1. Cover variety of basic concepts: Relative pointers, consistency/atomicity across power fails, re-do logs

2. Cache hierarchy and need for flushing

3. Powerfail safe domain and different architectures

Chapter 4: Persistent Memory Programming APIs

Walk through the PMDK (Persistent Memory Developer Kit) and describe the intent behind each one. Examples will use C and C++ (low-level programming).

Chapter 5: Java, Python and other high level languages

This chapter will describe how to use the high level language bindings delivered by PMDK using Java and Python examples.

Chapter 6: Creating an in-memory database storage engine

This chapter describes how to write an in-memory database storage engine from scratch using the PMDK. It will describe the new thinking model required for application developers and describe how the new programming paradigm should be used. By the end of the chapter, the reader will have implemented a working storage engine for a popular open source in-memory database.

Chapter 7: Tools for Profiling and Debug

Walk through the tools available for persistent memory programming, application performance profiling, and debugging issues.

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