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Speaker: Oleg Pankevych, Pre-Sales Engineer, StarWind

Ensuring RDMA network connections at max performance level

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Vladyslav Savchenko, Pre-sales Engineer, StarWind

Duration: 35:25

Published: March 18, 2019

Key points of the webinar:

  • Characteristics of an RDMA technology, why it is needed, its advantages and disadvantages
  • Differences between the most common RDMA implementations: InfiniBand, RDMA Over Converged Ethernet (RoCE), and Internet Wide Area RDMA Protocol (iWARP)
  • Requirements for configuring an RDMA technology
  • Factors affecting an RDMA performance
  • Testing lab: StarWind rPerf, all-in-one Performance Benchmarking Tool, its performance benefits

Are you a system administrator or network engineer who wants to build a Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) connection between hosts and get the maximum performance of this connection? Or are you involved in setting up and testing solutions for processing environments and want to know all required for setting up an RDMA connection? We support theory-practice learning and focuses on IT real-world problem-solving. What is an RDMA technology, how it works, what are its advantages and disadvantages, where it can be used, what are its most common implementations, what is needed to use and configure an RDMA connection, how to test it and what problems can be encountered during testing – these are not all aspects raised in the video. The plot thickens: how does StarWind rPerf, all-in-one Performance Benchmarking Tool, do all this work for you on measuring both latency and bandwidth for RDMA connections between Windows- and Linux-based operating systems? RDMA is a technology that improves throughput and performance and, as a result, frees up resources. How? You got to admit it, there are too many questions that need to be answered. See this video and become buddy-buddy with RDMA technology.