Programming Persistent Memory: A Comprehensive Guide for Developers is published through Apress Open using a Creative Commons Attribution license. The eBook will be freely available online and accessible to everyone. In addition to the FREE digital version, a print edition is offered for those readers who want a physical copy.
This is a comprehensive guide to persistent memory programming, targeted towards experienced programmers. You will understand how persistent memory brings together several new software/hardware requirements, and offers great promise for better performance and faster application startup times—a huge leap forward in byte-addressable capacity compared with current DRAM offerings.
This revolutionary new technology gives applications significant performance and capacity improvements over existing technologies. It requires a new way of thinking and developing, which makes this highly disruptive to the IT/computing industry. The full spectrum of industry sectors that will benefit from this technology include, but are not limited to, in-memory and traditional databases, AI, analytics, HPC, virtualization, and big data.
We are expecting the book will be available before the end of 2019. Leave your name and email address and we will let you know when the book is available in digital and print form. We'll also inform you when new chapters are available for preview.
Yes! Programming Persistent Memory: A Guide for Developers is published through Apress Open using a Creative Commons Attribution license. The eBook will be freely available online and accessible to everyone. In addition to the FREE digital version, a print edition is offered for those readers who want a physical copy. The printed copy will not be free.
We want to provide developers with the information as early as possible, so we decided to release some of the chapters prior to publication so you can begin learning and developing now.
We also want your feedback! Please read the early preview chapters and let us know what you think. We've created a Google Forum thread to discuss the book and chapter content. For source code problems, please create a new issue on our GitHub project repository
Thank you! We've created a Google Forum thread to discuss the book and chapter content and to report issues. For source code bugs, please create a new issue on our GitHub project repository and we'll take care of it.
We are here to help. You can find a lot of good information in these locations:
- Intel Persistent Memory Developer Zone - https://software.intel.com/pmem
- Persistent Memory Programming Home - https://pmem.io
- Persistent Memory Documentation - https://docs.pmem.io
If you can't find an answer, please ask in the Persistent Memory Google Forum