Cost: $2250 per student
May 22-25, 2017
3385 Scott Boulevard
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Investigate the inner workings of the NVMe protocol, the latest storage access protocol designed for high-speed solid-state disks (SSD).
Get concrete, detailed answers to your questions:
What PCIe requirements are needed to run NVMe?
How are QoS and flow control implemented in NVMe?
What command set is used for NVMe devices?
What are submission and completion queues and how are they used in NVMe?
Learn these things and more in Austin Lab’s comprehensive NVMe Protocol training. Based on the latest PCIe and NVMe specifications as well as real world test findings from Austin Labs Testing Services, the 4-Day NVMe protocol training class covers NVMe architecture from queue creation to command IO. Additionally, every Austin Labs protocol class includes lab time involving trace analysis of the protocol and a guided walk-through of best practices for analyzer configuration and installation.
Who should attend:
Our classes are designed for engineering-minded individuals including design/systems/test engineers, technical product/field support engineers, and storage/system administrators, who are seeking in depth knowledge of the NVMe protocol.