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CAPI-Flash Accelerated Persistent Read Cache for Apache Cassandra

CAPI-Flash Accelerated Persistent Read Cache for Apache Cassandra

In real-world NoSQL deployments, users have to trade off CPU, memory, I/O bandwidth and storage space to achieve the required performance and efficiency goals. Data compression is a vital component to improve storage space efficiency, but reading compressed data increases response time. Therefore, compressed data stores rely heavily on using the memory as a cache to speed up read operations. However, as large DRAM capacity is expensive, NoSQL databases have become costly to deploy and hard to scale. In our work, we present a persistent caching mechanism for Apache Cassandra on a high-throughput, low-latency FPGA-based NVMe Flash accelerator (CAPI-Flash), replacing Cassandra

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