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Memverge Assigned Patent

Reduced impact application recovery

Memverge, Inc., Milpitas, CA, has been assigned a patent (11907081) developed by Niles; Ronald S., San Jose, CA, Li; Yue, Fremont, CA, Gan; Jun, Fan; Chenggong, Beauchamp; Robert W., Milpitas, CA, and Li; Dahong, Concord, CA, for a reduced impact application recovery.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: “A memory image can be captured by generating metadata indicative of a state of volatile memory and/or byte-addressable PMEM at a particular time during execution of a process by an application. This memory image can be persisted without copying the in-memory data into a separate persistent storage by storing the metadata and safekeeping the in-memory data in the volatile memory and/or PMEM. Metadata associated with multiple time-evolved memory images captured can be stored and managed using a linked index scheme. A linked index scheme can be configured in various ways including a full index and a difference-only index. The memory images can be used for various purposes including suspending and later resuming execution of the application process, restoring a failed application to a previous point in time, cloning an application, and recovering an application process to a most recent state in an application log.

The patent application was filed on 2020-10-09 (17/067486).