SIGMOD/DaMoN 2020 Workshop on Data Management on New Hardware Keynote to Focus on Database Acceleration Through Coherent Attachment to Servers

José Roberto Alvarez, Senior Director and leader of the Technology and Innovation CTO Office at the Intel Programmable Solutions Group, will be giving the keynote speech at the 16th International Workshop on Data Management on New Hardware (DaMoN 2020) on Monday, June 15, 2020. His keynote title is “A Vision for Expandable Data Management Infrastructure and Acceleration with Heterogenous Configurable Systems.”

Alvarez will discuss the ways that FPGAs can provide faster look-aside and inline acceleration for CPU/storage, CPU/memory, CPU/network, and network/storage paths through coherent attachment to server CPUs. Heterogenous compute systems centered around FPGAs can help data center architects meet TCO, performance, and power density goals. He will also discuss specific FPGA features including the Intel UPI and open CXL coherent interconnect protocols that expand and accelerate server access to DDR SDRAM, Intel® Optane™ persistent memory and persistent storage, and high-speed networks through Intel FPGAs. In addition to these device and platform features, Alvarez will discuss how software developers can use such platforms using Intel® OneAPI toolkits.

The DaMoN Workshop is part of the SIGMOD/PODS conference. Registration for the DaMoN workshop is through the SIGMOD/PODS 2020 conference registration site. The event is virtual this year. For more information about the DaMoN Workshop, click here. To register, click here.

 

 

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