Orthogonal Persistence Is Not Hard. Let’s Not Go Shopping.

It appears that orthogonal persistence, or the elimination of the need for users and programmers to explicitly juggle data between RAM and disk for it to survive plug-pulling, is easy.

We are all running operating systems written with the limitations of 1960s hardware in mind. Not even talking about the future – even the present remains entombed in a box. When can we let it out?

This entry was written by Stanislav , posted on Friday July 04 2008 , filed under Hot Air, ShouldersGiants, SoftwareSucks . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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