Quartet FS: From Multi-Core to Many-Core: Do not delay in Making Your Java Application “NUMA-Aware”

In the last post, I explained the difference between SMP and NUMA architectures as we enter the “many-core” era. I also asked the following question: “Is it reasonable to expect massive performance improvements when you run an existing application on new NUMA-enabled hardware?” The answer is yes. However, improved performance is not guaranteed and you must be prepared to rewrite the code of your application to get the best out of many-core hardware.

Quartet FS’ R&D team decided to re

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