Characterizing application memory error vulnerability to optimize datacenter cost via heterogeneous-reliability memory

This academic study by researchers from Microsoft Corporation and Carnegie Mellon University examines the interaction of server hardware costs and memory reliability. The article puts forward a methodology for quantifying the fault-tolerance of applications, provides a case study of data-intensive workloads, and proposes a number of new system designs aimed at achieving both server reliability and cost reduction.

  • Language: English
  • Released: June 2014
  • Source(s): Microsoft (Microsoft Research)
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