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Wednesday, April 21, 2010
 
2004-2010 : A Look Back at Sun Published Oracle Benchmarks

(Originally published on blogs.sun.com at:
http://blogs.sun.com/mandalika/entry/2004_2010_a_look_back
)

Since Sun Microsystems became a legacy, I got this idea of a reminiscent [farewell] blog post for the company that gave me the much needed break when I was a graduate student back in 2002. As I spend more than 50% of my time benchmarking different Oracle products on Sun hardware, it'd be fitting to fill this blog entry with a recollection of the benchmarks I was actively involved in over the past 6+ years. Without further ado, the list follows.

2004

 1.  10,000 user Siebel 7.5.2 PSPP benchmark on a combination of SunFire v440, v890 and E2900 servers. Database: Oracle 9i

2005

 2.  8,000 user Siebel 7.7 PSPP benchmark on a combination of SunFire v490, v890, T2000 and E2900 servers. Database: Oracle 9i


 3.  12,500 user Siebel 7.7 PSPP benchmark on a combination of SunFire v490, v890, T2000 and E2900 servers. Database: Oracle 9i

2006

 4.  10,000 user Siebel Analytics 7.8.4 benchmark on multiple SunFire T2000 servers. Database: Oracle 10g

2007

 5.  10,000 user Siebel 8.0 PSPP benchmark on two T5220 servers. Database: Oracle 10g R2

2008

 6.  Oracle E-Business Suite 11i Payroll benchmark for 5,000 employees. Database: Oracle 10g R1


 7.  14,000 user Siebel 8.0 PSPP benchmark on a single T5440 server. Database: Oracle 10g R2


 8.  10,000 user Siebel 8.0 PSPP benchmark on a single T5240 server. Database: Oracle 10g R2

2009

 9.  4,000 user PeopleSoft HR Self-Service 8.9 benchmark on a combination of M3000 and T5120 servers. Database: Oracle 10g R2


 10.  28,000 user Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 10.1.3.4 benchmark on a single T5440 server. Database: Oracle 11g R1


 11.  50,000 user Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 10.1.3.4 benchmark on two T5440 servers. Database: Oracle 11g R1


 12.  PeopleSoft North American Payroll 9.0 240K EE 8-stream benchmark on a single M4000 server with F5100 Flash Array storage. Database: Oracle 11g R1

2010

 13.  PeopleSoft North American Payroll 9.0 240K EE 16-stream benchmark on a single M4000 server with F5100 Flash Array storage. Database: Oracle 11g R1


 14.  6,000 user PeopleSoft Campus Solutions 9.0 benchmark on a combination of X6270 blades and M4000 server. Database: Oracle 11g R1


Although challenging and exhilarating, benchmarks aren't always pleasant to work on, and really not for people with weak hearts. While running most of these benchmarks, my blood pressure shot up several times leaving me wonder why do I keep working on time sensitive and/or politically, strategically incorrect benchmarks (apparently not every benchmark finds a home somewhere on the public network). Nevertheless in the best interest of my employer, the showdown must go on.




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