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Program Overview

Intel is at the forefront of providing technology that is being used to enable the deployment of scale-up and scale-out storage solutions. The Memory and Storage Program provides the foundation for understanding data storage, technology, and architectures used in the data center, as well as an overview of Intel’s vision for modernizing storage and evolving to a software defined infrastructure.

In this course, Mark W. Henderson, Intel Storage Technology Marketing Engineer, provides a foundational understanding of storage terminology, architectures, and features.

Building on the Storage 101 course, Mark W. Henderson, Intel Storage Technology Marketing Engineer, continues the exploration of current storage architecture and features common to Data Center deployments.

In this video, Mark W. Henderson, Intel Storage Technology Marketing Engineer, explores key components of storage modernization and highlights why modernization is essential to address growing amounts of data and ever changing environments. He also provides specific examples of storage modernization implementation illustrating how these implementations can enhance existing and new storage environments and drive seamless data services in the data center.

Overview of storage challenges in the datacenter and intelligent storage solutions. During this course, Ken LeTourneau discusses the role of Intel® Solid State drives, the media transition occurring in the storage industry and the road to Intel® Optane®.

This course provides a conversation guide while embarking on the journey of storage modernization. Key considerations, when making storage architectural and storage purchasing decisions are shared. In addition, specific examples of solution deployments and capabilities are reviewed.

This course explains the ways organizations use SPDK to accelerate their application access to local and remote storage and serve optimized block storage to Virtual Machines. You will gain a deeper understanding of the capabilities provided by the SPDK stack. Lastly, key concepts central to building an asynchronous polled I/O application are discussed.

This short, engaging, self-paced training explains Intel® Select Solutions for VMware vSAN™, including what the solution is, the value prop for your customers, and the configurations.

This course introduces persistent memory and delves into why there is so much activity around it in the industry. Learn how persistent memory connects to a server platform, how it performs, and what some of the challenges are for developers and programmers.

In this course, Karl Vietmeier, Intel Cloud Solutions Architect, provides a foundational understanding of Ceph, the problem it addresses, features and use case examples.

In this course, users are provided with an overview of ISA-L, including the functions in the library, key use cases, and a direct comparison to QAT.

This course covers the convergence of architecture, technology and innovation in delivering Intel storage platforms.

In this course, John Kariuki, Intel® Software Engineer, provides users with insight into Storage Virtualization with SPDK and Storage Disaggregation with SPDK. You will also gain a deeper understanding of the SPDK components, such as logical volumes and review key performance data.

Intel® Builders University