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The Future of Cloud Storage? NVMe Over Fabrics

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Learn more about the latest and greatest flash storage innovations from IBM here: http://ibm.biz/flash-solutions NVMe over Fabrics is a new method for linking together servers that could speed up everything from online gaming to your social media timelines - but how does it work? Techquickie Merch Store: https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/LinusTechTips/ Techquickie Movie Poster: https://shop.crowdmade.com/collections/linustechtips/products/tech-quickie-24x36-poster Follow: http://twitter.com/linustech Leave a reply with your requests for future episodes, or tweet them here: http://twitter.com/jmart604 Join the community: http://linustechtips.com Intro Theme: Showdown by F.O.O.L from Monstercat - Best of 2016 Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pm36k08jQ0M&t=2422s iTunes Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/monstercat-best-of-2016/id1185092812 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5Zt1P3ZbnfErBkiqcfBTCN License for image used: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode
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Brian Thomas (1 month ago)
Will help VR over the web?
Vaibhav Verma (3 months ago)
love this channel
Splodg er (3 months ago)
Linus! WTF are these things? future video : https://www.ebuyer.com/store/Computer/cat/Laptop-Accessories/subcat/Laptop-Docking-Stations/StarTech.com?a=1&utm_content=StarTech&iitt=bdpWhf8lMds_O.HZ4FoZ4.zT&utm_campaign=15/11%20B2C%20Daily%20Deals&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email
El Chupacabra (3 months ago)
You should be ashamed of your joke because cotton-polyester blends can never be comfortable.
sageosaka (4 months ago)
The fact that fps Doug is a dated reference makes me sad :(
Pixle (4 months ago)
This was the only Techquickie video I've ever saw that had a pretty good segway.
Wilhelm Schonfeldt (4 months ago)
With hyper converged product like datacore (one we use) you can install NVME'S in servers, link them together with 8 x 16 Gbps Fiber and then have at it.
good fire (4 months ago)
Can you make an updated version on how to multicast an os using a server image and using clonezilla server or what ever free software... I saw diferent videos and searched the web... i had to dable 1 week untill it worked.. ik if you make it, it would be awesome and very helpful. Ty
Remy Ilian (4 months ago)
Most servers use Fiber Channel for connecting to Storage, but are being moved to iSCSI over Ethernet with the push to move to hyper-converged infrastructure.
Fidelator (4 months ago)
Let's not fool ourselves, faster medical records? Twitter? Online shopping? We all know the goal is faster Porn
21st CENTURY TV (4 months ago)
Talk about universal memory in servers and home owners by 2020
gameflux (4 months ago)
Cool !
Hecydec (4 months ago)
Why information my information is do at do can do information at information my information at at at like apps apps need my information and youtube need my information and Google searching engande and gmail third party gmail's mail going to my gmail and firefox not save tracking me all information my information in my information for my information at my information internet service lawsuit copyright infringement laws copyright protection more laws my information going to information information fuck of fuck of all wrong wrong need my information to information my information i give to get it all going together how save is internet lawsuit lawsuits lawsuits against copyright infringement international law enforcement agencies computer network systems etc. goodbye going to cry cry cry cry cry now am fucking stupid cunt give my information at myself information out cry me and crying saying debating it information i do using do at i do can information give do to do outside out there's nothing cry cry i hate my information fucking give Google wins Google wins
StringGene (5 months ago)
To put it in the cloud, you may as well make it public.
C W (5 months ago)
Pierre C. (5 months ago)
2:42 So NVMe over fabric is a way to... Download more RAM???
Madhur Gupta (5 months ago)
There could be a "LTT Enterprise" channel talking about enterprise tech and the target audience could be of course " The Fortune 500 Tech People (Not just admins :P)" and sponsors could be Tech Enterprise Giants (Like IBM in this one) plus you make more in commission(Much higher 3:) ) if you turn out some sales for their their products through these videos.
High DDT (5 months ago)
nic card
High DDT (5 months ago)
Faster trading is not good.
Just a small problem, letting omputers access each other's data without going through processor would reduce the system instability and security.
Michael Taylor (5 months ago)
And what about the VersaStack Hypercloud Solution? Taking the best of IBM and Cisco's networking.
joel jose (5 months ago)
NVMe oof
Ed Parachini (5 months ago)
If you trust IBM your a moron. What they want is to go back to where you pay to use their mainframes. Add to that the trust issue of that off site storage not getting hacked when we hear about one of those companies being hacked almost monthly. Thank you no, I'll stick to NVM over PCIe. I can also store my data in those so called obsolete blueray burners.
Ray Chat (5 months ago)
Can we say this a new protocol for Level 7 switches in server environments ? or would this be called Level 8 ? although logically I'd call it a more advanced 7 ... how about a basic TechQuickie video about switch levels Linus
Wendell Kirton (5 months ago)
Very interesting
A-Frasher (5 months ago)
why was his face blurry at the start?
Der Barde (5 months ago)
So nvme over fabricas is Gold for NSA to Backup all data?
IchBinEin (5 months ago)
3:38 FPS Doug and Pure Pwnage was the best thing on the internet back in 2007. BOOM HEADSHOT.
Jason V (5 months ago)
This is awesome. I haven't heard of these technology before. Going to do some research thanks!
Guillaume Larouche (5 months ago)
Graphene as fast as possible. Please
jhdioqhd doidaosid (5 months ago)
So you mean s/iscsi/NVMe/ basically or one can access nvme via iscsi too?
shiftew leite (5 months ago)
Facebook is sluggish and not a good example for this, fucking site takes years to load a 30second video that youtube would load in seconds
DJAppyD (5 months ago)
Don't no about anyone else but the way i'm going to remember this protocol is as a carpet connecting two servers together.
Chaitanya Batra (5 months ago)
Can you make a video how GeForce now works
S. Turner (5 months ago)
Wow, you missed a lot in your research, you should check out infinidat
zodiacfml (5 months ago)
I was baffled with the choice of this topic as this is more useful for IT people. I am an IT person but didn't about fabrics until I've seen a datacenter. Anyway, I got my answer at the end as an IBM sponsored video.
Hasan Ahmed (5 months ago)
Anyone else feel a bit of audio sync issues? Or is it just me?
HobbyPicker (5 months ago)
Do a tech quickie on virtual advertisement overlays on broadcast sports.
Vatablous Devil (5 months ago)
1:33 You _mean_ its an ssd but faster...
katowlsniffer19x red (5 months ago)
kotyo <3
Telly Vin-a (5 months ago)
nvme = non volatile memory express you're welcome
mavchb (5 months ago)
Make one about HDMI CEC. That would be intersting
Zenxuss (5 months ago)
Nvme Never mind... Ever
Weasle 65 (5 months ago)
TLDR To Long Didn't Read
Just Random (5 months ago)
So some time in the future I can play my games without lag from other end of the world??? COOL!!!
Fragffs (5 months ago)
Lol @ fpsdoug, i'm getting old.
ILOVEPIE (5 months ago)
This sounds like a security nightmare.
Damian Chiliński (5 months ago)
Infiniband? Does anyone use it nowadays? I thought this standard is dead. I only see FC everywhere.
Jordan Gaffney (5 months ago)
It will cost billions to upgrade all the servers
Geico (5 months ago)
Can't trust Google when they have an app like Google Opinions that constantly ask personal questions.
Unspeci (5 months ago)
Wow, I was downloading a game from Steam and it started eating my cpu right at 0:56 so the video started stuttering right when Linus was talking about the demand for faster backend storage. I thought it was intentional, but I went back in the video and that part played smoothly after the download.
Arden E (5 months ago)
Boom... headshot
Ojasvi Singh 786 (5 months ago)
RePlay (5 months ago)
Linus, can you please make a video explaining the fucking shit EU "copyright change"?
Gewel ✔ (5 months ago)
I'm waiting 10 seconds anyway lmao
Cineva in comentarii (5 months ago)
please add subtitles [even if they are automatically generated ] , no that i dont understand you , but i eat while watching so i cant hear ya very well [im not the only one]
Hari Anugrah (5 months ago)
make video about infinaband... both techquikie and ltt
Sean McHugh (5 months ago)
How Soon is Now? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnpILIIo9ek
Andrew Harper (5 months ago)
my internet connection failed at 3:20 and it was just loading and im like okay linus we get the joke, you dont have to make it load for so long and after a full minute i got up and realized my internet had disconnected lmao. that was some perfect timing
Colin Klein (5 months ago)
Boom, headshot!
flagpoleeip (5 months ago)
Great. How did they do it before NVMe?
Stephen Deinema (5 months ago)
IBM as a sponsor, ooh ahh! Linus is big time now
Tanya Tanvi (5 months ago)
more videos on telecom technologies
Adrian C (5 months ago)
Will this technology improve cloud gaming at all? Like PlayStations PS Now feature?
Sandy Man (5 months ago)
Do NVME server video
Zach Crawford (5 months ago)
Why would I want to store stuff on other people's hardware? Seems really unsafe and seems like a waste of internet bandwidth.
Cheyne Gordon (5 months ago)
BOOM headshot
Nich Citarella (5 months ago)
Does IBM even know your audience demographics?
dmbatten1 (5 months ago)
Wow, major plug for IBM who offshores US jobs to India.
Sean Vosler (5 months ago)
We’ll just have to see if it makes it into the NYC fashion show runway
Doxorn (5 months ago)
In the past few months I have to wait 5-10 seconds to open ANY image on facebook. Feels like FB moved me to their HDDs.
William Linington (5 months ago)
I will never trust a cloud server for my sensitive data.
Gray Lucas (5 months ago)
Request for future episode: what does "14nm" processors mean, and more interestingly, why can Intel still compete against a "7nm" die when that sounds so much more impressive.
Kevin Portillo (5 months ago)
I read about this before any video came out. Man I realize how YouTubers owe it to other networks and and webternet's journalism.
M Huang (5 months ago)
Cavey Möth (5 months ago)
"Would you even use Facebook if you waited like 5 or 10 seconds, each time you clicked on something, to wait for it to respond?" Well, that's Google+ right now, and it's my social media app of choice.
HTV Network (5 months ago)
Love it! Hard drives keep getting faster, more space, physically smaller, and cheaper. Can't get enough of them. FeelsGoodMan
roop kumar (5 months ago)
U put me to sleep... Nite nite
abcmole (5 months ago)
IBM should sponsor you and help build an offsite server for your video storage with this technology.
Pravin Kaushik (5 months ago)
I stored all my porn on drive and shared it with all my friends. Dunno why it was removed?
Ghan04 (5 months ago)
We just recently purchased an all-NVMe flash storage array at my company. We're not doing NVMe-oF, but the usage in the industry is growing. The storage market is getting very interesting as costs continue to come down on flash.
Quinn Richardson (5 months ago)
Cloud cloud cloud... ☁️..
frenchiveruti (5 months ago)
Infiniband as fast as possible?
Jerad Cranke (5 months ago)
I'm just going to say that everything about medical facilities, banks, & what not is all theoretical & only in an ideal world. In real application the broadband connections still used by these businesses are not even close to up-to-date considering most are still using ADSL & T1 connections.
Taco J (5 months ago)
yes linus i know what nvm and i do have one on my pc
avatarmanz (5 months ago)
NVMe over my shirt I wore yesterday
Gary Garrett (5 months ago)
I like to lay in the grass, look up at the sky, and wonder which cloud has my stuff.
Marty terrebonne (5 months ago)
Did a quick search, only about $36,000 for a unit with 14.4TB of storage. Doesn't look like I'll be getting one like these at the office anytime soon!
Andreas (5 months ago)
Love that IBM is getting some buzz here. I believe that they are underrated
adam (5 months ago)
FPS Doug is best Doug.
WellBeSerious12 (5 months ago)
Dude. 2 ads in 1 video.
Miti Laha (5 months ago)
Since Google, Facebook sold the user information to other organizations (e.g. China's companies...). Saving your data to these clouds is not safe.
ADC Bot (5 months ago)
You could always encrypt it before uploading but it's a bit of a hassle to do so.
Motoryzen (5 months ago)
When IBM of all companies sponsor you..YOU KNOW..you've made it pretty big!
knightmarex13 (5 months ago)
Isn't IBM currently working the NYPD buy using all the footage they collect to create a AI to search by skin color?
Troy Graham (5 months ago)
Wow, IBM ad. IBM is a fairly specialised market these days since they sold most of their server stuff to Lenovo. Looks like they're heading into the background then they sponsor a video.
Bobcat665 (5 months ago)
Okay, that fabric joke was actually funny. 😂
zakius (5 months ago)
for last few weeks messwnger takes over 30s to open big picture after clicking on thumbnail and tking 10s to show theatre modal on actual fb isnt uncommon either
Yi Chiao Cheng (5 months ago)
Im surprised IBM would sponsor a video HAHA...
Squish Parodies (5 months ago)
"Would you even use Facebook if it took 5 to 10 minutes to load" he says that like I use Facebook
Zenigata (5 months ago)
Everybody knows you run faster with a knife.

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