Webinar: Ensuring RDMA network connections at max performance level

Published: March 18, 2019

Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) is a technology that allows computers in a network to exchange data in main memory without involving the processor, cache, or operating system of either computer. By freeing up resources, RDMA improves throughput and performance, facilitates a faster data transfer rate and low-latency networking. Find out from this video about an RDMA technology, its implementations, advantages and disadvantages, ways to use and configure an RDMA connection.

Technical Paper: StarWind rPerf:
RDMA Performance Benchmarking Tool

Learn how to use all-in-one StarWind rPerf utility for obtaining the precise information on latency and throughput on the cross-platform RDMA connections – both Windows and Linux. Find a full set of up-to-date technical documentation regarding StarWind rPerf deploying and setting up in your IT-infrastructure.