Single & Multi Core Performance of an Erasure Coding Workload on AMD EPYC
Examining what erasure coding throughput can be achieved with an AMD EPYC 7601 processor teamed up with the MemoScale Erasure Coding Library. The tests have been performed with a GIGABYTE MZ31-AR0 server motherboard.
TRENDS - INCREASING DATA GROWTH AND FASTER STORAGE DEVICES
THE ROLE OF ERASURE CODING IN DATA STORAGE
GIGABYTE SERVER MOTHERBOARDS
MEMOSCALE ERASURE CODING LIBRARY
HOW WE TESTED
ENCODING AND DECODING DATA WITH ERASURE CODING
SINGLE CORE ENCODING & DECODING PERFORMANCE
MULTI CORE ENCODING & DECODING PERFORMANCE
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