ZS3 is #1 on Storage Performance Council benchmark site

This is pretty cool. It seems the ZS3-4 just became the number 1 system in performance on Storage Performance Council's benchmark site.

The email below went out today to all SPC members. 

I would like to point out that we are also the LEAST EXPENSIVE system per SPC-2 performance. Check out our Price/Performance numbers.
So we came in at 17,244 for a $388,472 system, for a price/performance of $22.53.
Now compare that to the 2nd place system on the site, which is HP's P9500. It came in at  13,147 for a huge price of $1,161,503 and a price/performance of $88.34

We KILLED it....

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SPC Members:
Oracle Corporation has submitted the SPC-2 Result™ listed below.
The Executive Summary and Full Disclosure Report (FDR) are posted in the Benchmark Results section of the website.
The documents may be accessed by using the URL listed below:
http://www.storageperformance.org/results/benchmark_results_spc2#b00067

Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-4 (2-node cluster):

   SPC-2 Submission Identifier .... B00067
SPC-2 MBPS™ …………………….... 17,244.22
   SPC-2 Price-Performance™ …… $22.53/SPC-2 MBPS™
   Total ASU Capacity ………….…..  31,610.959 GB
   Data Protection Level ………..…. Protected 2 (Mirroring)
   Total Price ………………………….... $388,472.03

Congratulations to Oracle for an outstanding SPC-2 Result, which established a new #1 for SPC-2 performance (17,244.22 SPC-2 MBPS™).
Regards,
SPC Administrator
Storage Performance Council (SPC) 

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