The ISA of Modern Storage Systems: Interface, Specialization and Approaches
Storage systems today have been built into a complicated ecosystem, which involves the development and deployment of storage devices, storage software, and application-level data stores. To rapidly meet the ever-increasing performance and efficiency requirements, the entire storage hardware and software stack need to adapt instantly in a coordinated fashion. This drives us to rethink the design and implementation approaches to building future storage systems. In this talk, I will present our recent studies on the data access Interface, architecture Specialization, and development Approaches (ISA) of storage systems respectively, and discuss how they will reshape the storage ecosystem.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Jian Huang is an Assistant Professor and Y. T. Lo Faculty Fellow in the ECE department and an affiliated Assistant Professor in the CS department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at Georgia Tech in 2017. His research interests include computer systems and architecture, memory/storage systems, systems security, distributed systems, and especially the intersections of them. He enjoys building systems. His research contributions have been published at top-tier computer architecture and systems conferences such as ISCA, MICRO, ASPLOS, OSDI, and SOSP. His work received the USENIX Best Paper Award and IEEE Micro Top Picks. He also received the NSF CAREER Award, NSF CRII Award, NetApp Faculty Fellowship Award, and Google Faculty Research Award.