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Fast memcpy Using SPDK and the Intel® I/OAT DMA Engine | Intel® Software

Fast memcpy Using SPDK and the Intel® I/OAT DMA Engine | Intel® Software | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Describes a usage of Intel® I/OAT DMA engine, with SPDK interfaced to the Intel® QuickData Technology Driver to move data in user space. The attached code sample compares memcpy and SKDK/Intel I/OAT performance when moving different size data chunks in memory.
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Introducing vtop — A Terminal Activity Monitor in Node.js - Parallax

Command-line tools like "top" make it difficult to see CPU usage across multi-proces
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Twitter and Google offer case studies in spanning distributed systems

Twitter and Google offer case studies in spanning distributed systems | EEDSP | Scoop.it
As our compute infrastructure becomes more distributed it's much harder to keep everything synced.
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Google Infrastructure Security Design Overview  |  Google Infrastructure Security Design Overview
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Google Infrastructure Security Design Overview  |  Google Infrastructure Security Design Overview<br/>       |  Google Cloud Platform | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Learn how security is designed into Google’s technical infrastructure. Google uses this infrastructure to build its internet services, including both consumer and enterprise services.
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ferd.ca -> Lessons Learned while Working on Large-Scale Server Software

ferd.ca -> Lessons Learned while Working on Large-Scale Server Software | EEDSP | Scoop.it

This text is an attempt to recount some of the hard-earned lessons I have ended up learning, sometimes indirectly, but often personally. Everything is terrible, but our job still is to build something solid and usable on top of that everything. What we build adds to that 'everything', makes it bigger, more terrible.

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