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Tuesday, October 20 • 14:30 - 15:00
How Can Databases Capitalize on Computational Storage?

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Systems and storage are evolving, with a new category of products called Computational Storage Devices emerging to alleviate problems with database performance bottlenecks and the costs of ever-growing datasets. Do you need to modify your database to capitalize on this emerging class of storage? What advantages can you get without code changes? Can using “wasteful” data structures actually reduce storage footprint while improving performance? Join us as we answer these questions and provide examples of benefits you can see today and in the near future through combining Computational Storage with Database operations.

Further Information

We'll cover some of the results from the recent Percona blog/whitepaper on ScaleFlux CSD 2000 for MySQL and the upcoming paper on CSD 2000 for Postgres. Additionally, will touch on modifications to SQL and NoSQL to take greater advantage of Computational Storage for cost savings and performance improvements.

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Tong Zhang

Chief Scientist, ScaleFlux
Dr. Tong Zhang is a well-established researcher with significant contributions to the areas of data storage systems and VLSI signal processing. Dr. Zhang is a co-founder and Chief Scientist of ScaleFlux, responsible for developing key techniques and algorithms for Computational Storage... Read More →
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JB Baker

VP of Marketing & Product Management, ScaleFlux
JB Baker is a successful technology business leader with a track record of driving top and bottom line growth through new products for enterprise and data center storage. He joined ScaleFlux in 2018 to lead Product Planning & Marketing as we expand the capabilities of Computational... Read More →

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Camila Arocena

HR Assistant, Percona

Tuesday October 20, 2020 14:30 - 15:00 EDT
  MySQL, Storage
  • Difficulty Entry Level
  • Why this level of difficulty? Computational storage is a relatively new class of products. So, we don't expect people to know much. Some MySQL/PG/KV-store knowledge would be helpful in getting the full value of the material.
  • Speaker Location USA