Conclusion

In this paper, we have examined the compatibilities of communication interfaces between Memcached and OpenSHMEM. Accordingly, we have designed and implemented a software framework that integrates the programmability and portability of OpenSHMEM with the power of Memcached for supporting big data applications. SHMemCache can be leveraged to help deploy Memcached on various leadership facilities with OpenSHMEM run-time. We have also leveraged a set of test benchmarks to validate our design and evaluate the performance of SHMemCache. Our experimental results show that SHMemCache achieves low latency and adds negligible overheads to network trasferring and operation processing.

Acknowledgment. We are very thankful for the insightful comments from the anonymous reviewers. This work was supported in part by a contract from Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Florida State University.

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