SNIA’s Storage Developer Conference (SDC 2016) is happening this week in Santa Clara, CA.
This developer-focused conference cover several storage topics like Cloud, File Systems, NVM, Storage Management, and more.
You can see the agenda at http://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer/agenda/2016
However, there a few thing happening differently this time around.
First, most of the slides are available immediately. SNIA used to wait a few months before publishing them publicly.
This year you can find the PDF files available right now at http://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer/presentations16
SNIA is also offering the option to watch some of talks live via YouTube.
This Tuesday (9/20) and Wednesday (9/21), they will be streaming from 9AM to 12PM (Pacific time).
You can watch them at SNIA’s channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/SNIAVideo
One thing hasn’t changed: there are many great talks on hottest storage topics for developers.
Here is a list of the presentations including Microsoft Engineers as presenters.
- Hyper-V Windows Server 2016 Storage QoS and Protocol Updates
Matt Kurjanowicz, Senior Software Engineer Lead, Microsoft
Adam Burch, Software Engineer II, Microsoft
- Storage Solutions for Private Cloud, Object Storage Implementation on Private Cloud, MAS/ACS
Ali Turkoglu, Principal Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft
Mallikarjun Chadalapaka, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
- Uncovering Distributed Storage System Bugs in Testing (not in Production!)
Shaz Qadeer, Principal Researcher, Microsoft
Cheng Huang, Principle Researcher, Microsoft
- Building on The NVM Programming Model – A Windows Implementation
Paul Luse, Principal Engineer, Intel
Chandra Kumar Konamki, Sr Software Engineer, Microsoft
- Reducing Replication Bandwidth for Distributed Document-oriented Databases
Sudipta Sengupta, Principal Research Scientist, Microsoft
- Persistent Memory Panel: PM RDMA – What’s the Big Deal?
Moderator: Doug Voigt, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Panelists: Tom Talpey, Microsoft; Idan Burstein, Mellanox; Chet Douglas, Intel