New Tools for Developers with Intel Optane PMem – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 709

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Andy Rudoff, Senior Principal Engineer at Intel, talks with host Allyson Klein about Intel Optane Persistent Memory (PMem) and the work done with software vendors to harness the power of the new technology, especially when it comes to database management and recovery.

Rudoff goes into detail about how Optane PMem represents a new tier between memory and storage that allows giant databases to be hosted across fewer servers. He also discusses the Persistent Memory Development Kit (PMDK) — a growing collection of libraries and tools tuned and validated on both Linux and Windows, and the Persistent Memory Programming book—a complete guide for developers that delivers comprehensive information with detailed code examples.

Both the development kit and the book can be found at:

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