We’re excited to participate in the Flash Memory Summit 2022 as a sponsor. The most awaited event for flash memory is back in person on the 2-5 August in California, United States, and will gather industry experts, engineers and developers. StorPool Storage is sponsoring the event, and we’ve prepared fantastic prizes for you. Don’t forget to meet us at our booth at the event and participate in our challenges!
About Flash Memory Summit 2022
FMS is one of the best networking opportunities in the storage industry. The 2022 conference is expanding beyond flash memory to address all forms of high-performance memory. This year’s in-person conference will feature sessions on the design, development, integration, marketing strategy, and use cases in support of memory technologies and their related hardware, software, and services. The show floor will include new products from both the world’s major players as well as innovative startups. Attendees will participate in festivities as the industry celebrates the 35th anniversary of NAND Flash Memory.
Meet StorPool Storage at the Flash Memory Summit 2022 – booth 857
StorPool Storage helps companies build the perfect storage platform for their specific projects. Join us at booth 857 at the Flash Memory Summit 2022. Learn how we accelerate the world by storing data more productively and how we can help you get your data in order and grow your business.
We’ve also prepared some awesome prizes for the attendees of the Flash Memory Summit. So don’t forget to come and talk with our storage experts!
Talk “Latency – Number 1 Metric for Modern Clouds”
Boyan Krosnov, CPO at StorPool Storage
Tuesday, 2 August, Flash Memory Summit 2022
When building a cloud, the focus is usually on cost and throughput metrics (MB/s, IOPS). However this approach is wrong, often leading to application issues – when the applications are moved to the new cloud they end up costing more and/or being slower. In this talk, we show how storage latency drives application performance for all applications. Boyan will show why latency is the Number 1 metric to optimize for in a cloud. Then we’ll dissect the application performance measurements of leading public clouds – Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and several others.