Storage I/O is at the heart of modern data centers. Emerging storage device technologies, such as solid-state disks (SSDs), allows us to build servers that are capable of millions of I/O operations per second. This trend shifts the bottleneck from I/O devices to the host I/O path. However, today's I/O path in virtualized and non-virtualized environments has been designed for small numbers of cores, low device throughputs, and has been tuned for single-application workloads.
IOLanes builds technology that:
- Eliminates interference across workloads, cores, and devices.
- Eliminates host-guest virtualization overheads.
- Offers end-to-end performance monitoring, visualization, and automatic tuning.
- Demonstrates improvements with real applications.
- 11 March 2013: Talk at SCALUS summer school
- 21 January 2013:Poster presentation at HiPEAC'2013
- 4 September 2012: Paper presentation at ATC'2012
- 7 August 2012: Paper presentation at MASCOTS'2012
- 16 July 2012: Paper presentation at DEBS'2012
- 27 June 2012: Participation in the Research@Intel 2012 event
- 18 June 2012: Invited talk at VTDC'12