2019 Is The Year Of NVMe
architectingIT, July 30th, 2019
August 11, 2019,
Volume 257, Issue 1

Chris Evans writes in architectingIT, "NVMe or Non-Volatile Memory Express is a new protocol that allows servers to talk to storage devices like solid-state disks. Within a server, NVMe SSDs connect to the PCIe bus using a range of different form factors. Across a storage network, NVMe-enabled devices communicate to a server using NVMe over Fabrics, or NVMe-oF.

We can compare NVMe to historical SAS, SCSI and SATA storage protocols. Within a server, these solutions required a controller that can be implemented directly on the motherboard or through an add-in card. Across the network, Fibre Channel and iSCSI allow a server to communicate to shared storage. This aligns with the capabilities of NVMe-oF..."

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