Doubling Network File System Performance with RDMA-Enabled Networking

Originally published at: Doubling Network File System Performance with RDMA-Enabled Networking | NVIDIA Developer Blog

This post was originally published on the Mellanox blog. Network File System (NFS) is a ubiquitous component of most modern clusters. It was initially designed as a work-group filesystem, making a central file store available to and shared among several client servers. As NFS became more popular, it was used for mission-critical applications, which required access…