Fusion-io is making the first open source software contribution with its nonvolatile memory key-value interface to flash, NVMKV. MySQL databases MariaDB and Percona Server already support Atomic Writes API. Enabling a processor to write multiple simultaneously independent storage sectors as a single storage transaction, Atomic Writes streamlines data writes to improve performance. Atomic Writes provides performance throughput increases up to 50%, as well as a 4x reduction in latency spikes, as compared to running on the same flash memory platform without Atomic Writes. Fusion-io has extended the Linux I/O layer to allow these mainstream file systems to utilize Atomic Writes for a variety of applications.
Fusion-io APIs Contributed for Standardization
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