Oracle Database 11g Sets 10 TB Record for Performance and Price
New World Record TPC-H 10 Terabyte Non-Clustered Result Showcases Superior Data Warehousing Performance with Record Price-Performance
Oracle Database 11g has set a new world record TPC-H 10 Terabyte (TB) benchmark result for fastest overall performance, and best price-performance for a non-clustered configuration. Oracle set the world record running on an HP Integrity Superdome server with 64 Dual-Core Intel Itanium 1.6 GHz processors using the HP-UX 11i v3 operating environment and HP StorageWorks Arrays.
"These latest benchmark results on the HP Integrity Superdome further validate Oracle's leadership in data warehousing," said Juan Loaiza, senior vice president, Systems Technology, Oracle. "Oracle Database 11g provides a comprehensive foundation for data warehousing that combines industry-leading scalability and performance, integrated analytics and embedded integration and data-quality capabilities."
Running on an HP Integrity Superdome server with 64 Dual-Core Intel Itanium 1.6 GHz processors using the HP-UX 11i v3 operating environment and HP StorageWorks Arrays, Oracle Database 11g achieved a world record non-clustered performance of 208,457.7 QphH@10000GB with a record-setting price-performance ratio of $27.97/QphH@10000GB.
Source: Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC), http://www.tpc.org
As of March 10, 2008:
On an HP Integrity Superdome server 208,457.7 QphH@10000GB $27.97/QphH@10000GB, available 09/10/08. (world record non-clustered and price/performance TPC-H 10TB result)
On an HP Integrity Superdome server, 150,960 QphH@10000GB, $46.69/QphH@10000GB, available 6/18/07. (world record TPC-H 30TB result).