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Introduction to the Special Issue on USENIX ATC 2020

Introduction to the Special Issue on USENIX ATC 2020 This special issue of the ACM Transactions on Storage presents some of the highlights of the storage-related papers published in the USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC’20). The scope of ATC is broad and covers all practical aspects related to systems software: from traditional topics such as networking and operating systems, to emerging topics such as applied machine learning, blockchain, and quantum computing. Despite this relatively broad scope, ATC receives a fairly large number of papers related to storage technologies—a healthy and very active research area. In 2020, out of 348 reviewed sub- missions, 112 (32%) of them were marked as storage related (including key-value stores and trans- actional or database technologies). ATC’20 accepted 65 papers, a fairly selective 18.7% acceptance ratio. Of the 65 accepted papers, a total of 21 were storage related—nearly one-third. All three articles selected for this issue include some additional material, which has been re- viewed (in fast-track mode) by several of their original ATC’20 reviewers. We describe the three papers below in no particular order. The first fast-tracked paper is titled “ Design of LSM-Tree-Based Key-Value SSDs with Bounded Tails” by Junsu Im and Jinwook Bae, DGIST; Chanwoo Chung and Arvind, Massachusetts Institute of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS) Association for Computing Machinery

Introduction to the Special Issue on USENIX ATC 2020

ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS) , Volume 17 (2): 2 – May 28, 2021

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Association for Computing Machinery
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1553-3077
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1553-3093
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10.1145/3457170
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Abstract

This special issue of the ACM Transactions on Storage presents some of the highlights of the storage-related papers published in the USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC’20). The scope of ATC is broad and covers all practical aspects related to systems software: from traditional topics such as networking and operating systems, to emerging topics such as applied machine learning, blockchain, and quantum computing. Despite this relatively broad scope, ATC receives a fairly large number of papers related to storage technologies—a healthy and very active research area. In 2020, out of 348 reviewed sub- missions, 112 (32%) of them were marked as storage related (including key-value stores and trans- actional or database technologies). ATC’20 accepted 65 papers, a fairly selective 18.7% acceptance ratio. Of the 65 accepted papers, a total of 21 were storage related—nearly one-third. All three articles selected for this issue include some additional material, which has been re- viewed (in fast-track mode) by several of their original ATC’20 reviewers. We describe the three papers below in no particular order. The first fast-tracked paper is titled “ Design of LSM-Tree-Based Key-Value SSDs with Bounded Tails” by Junsu Im and Jinwook Bae, DGIST; Chanwoo Chung and Arvind, Massachusetts Institute of

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ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS)Association for Computing Machinery

Published: May 28, 2021

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