The B+ tree data structure, ubiquitous in database management systems and file systems, was designed for high performance on rotational media. We revisit the B+ Tree data structure by exploring its performance on a variety of modern storage devices such RAID controllers, network-attached storage, and solid-state drives, and propose an extension that significantly improves the performance on a number of such systems. In this talk, we'll explain the rationale for our work, walk through the details of the implementation, and present the performance results.
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About the speaker:
Slava has built technology for infrastructure software, consumer web, and financial companies. He is interested in high level programming languages, compilers, data storage systems, and software start-ups. If he had to eat one type of food for the rest of his life, it would be sushi. He is now on leave from the Ph.D. program in Computer Science at Stony Brook University, working on RethinkDB.
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