Oracle® Fusion Middleware Delivers Best-in-Class Single Node Result for New Intel® Xeon® x5680 Platform with SPECjAppServer2004 Benchmark
Oracle WebLogic Server Running on Cisco Unified Computing System C250 M2 Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server Delivers Outstanding Result
Redwood Shores, Calif – March 16, 2010
Today, Oracle announced that Oracle® WebLogic Server, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, together with Oracle Database 11g Release 2 and Oracle Enterprise Linux, running on a Cisco Unified Computing System C250 M2 Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server with two, six-core Intel® Xeon® X5680 3.33 GHz processors achieved 5,185.45 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard (jAppServer Operations Per Second), representing a best-in-class, single-node result for this platform and the best performance per processor of any result ever published(1).
This achievement adds to Oracle WebLogic Server’s current SPECjAppServer2004 benchmark records including world record results in multi-node(2); dual-node(3); and single-node(4) categories; the highest performance ever achieved running a clustered database(5) and the highest performance per core(6) of any result ever published.
The Java application servers were running on a Cisco Unified Computing System C250 M2 Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server with two, six-core Intel Xeon X5680 3.33 GHz processors. Oracle Database 11g Release 2 was running on an identical hardware configuration. Both application servers and database servers were running Oracle Enterprise Linux.
For more than eight years, Oracle has submitted record-setting application server benchmarks on a broad range of hardware and software platforms. Oracle is the performance and price/performance leader in multiple SPECjAppServer 2001(7) and SPECjAppServer2002(8) benchmark categories and also holds the world records for best performance and price/performance in the Ecperf(9) benchmark of J2EE application servers reported in July 2002.
SPECjAppServer2004 is a multi-tier benchmark for measuring the performance of a representative J2EE application and each of the components that make up the application environment, including hardware, application server software, JVM software, database software, JDBC drivers and the system network. For more information, visit http://www.spec.org/jAppServer2004/.
“Oracle WebLogic Server has a track record of delivering stellar benchmark results, providing proof that it is the application server of choice when applications and services need outstanding performance,” said Juan Loaiza, senior vice president, Systems Technology, Oracle.
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SPEC, SPECjAppServer are registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. All results from www.spec.org as of March 15, 2010:
(1) Oracle Web Logic Server running on a Cisco C250 M2 Rackmount Server with two, six core Intel Xeon X5680 3.33 GHz processors, 5,185.45 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard.
(2) Oracle WebLogic Server 10g R 3 on 17 HP Integrity BL870c server blades, each with four dual-core Intel® Itanium® 1.6 GHz processors, (136 cores), 28,463 SPECjAppServer2004JOPS@Standard (World Record Multi Node).
(9) Sun Fire 3800 cluster with Oracle9i AS Release 2, 61,862.77 BBops/min@Std, $28/BBops (Best Overall Performance, ECperf benchmark). HP DL360G2 cluster with Oracle9i AS Release 2, 24,639.37 BBops/min@Std, $5/BBops (Best Overall price/performance, ECperf benchmark). For more information regarding ECperf benchmark results, please visit: http://web.archive.org/web/20050306014256/ecperf.theserverside.com/ecperf/index.jsp?page=results/performance.