SPECjbb2015: SPARC T8-1 World Record Single Chip Multi-JVM Result

Oracle's SPARC T8-1 server, using Oracle Solaris and Oracle JDK, produced a world record single-chip SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM benchmark result. This benchmark was designed by the industry to showcase Java performance in the Enterprise. Performance is expressed in terms of two metrics, max-jOPS which is the maximum throughput number and critical-jOPS which is critical throughput under service level agreements (SLAs). The SPARC T8-1 server achieved 153,532...

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 | Benchmark | Read More

Apache Spark SQL: SPARC T8-1 Up To 2x Advantage Under Load Compared to 2-Chip x86 E5-2630 v4

The table below compares the SPARC T8-1 server and two-chip Intel Xeon Processor E5-2630 v4 server running the same analytic queries and transactions against a Real Cardinality Database (RCDB) with a 600 million rows fact table. All of the following results were run as part of this benchmark effort. Apache Spark SQL RCDB Performance Chart System Elapsed Time in Seconds Q11x Q12x Q13x Q15x Qima Cube Create Pivot Create SPARC T8-1 (16 cores enabled) 1 x SPARC M8 5.3 4.1 5.7 5.9 9.1 12.9 12.3 2-...

Monday, September 18, 2017 | Benchmark | Read More

Apache Spark ML: SPARC T8-1 Up To 1.8x Advantage Under Load Compared to 2-Chip x86 E5-2630 v4

Oracle's SPARC T8-1 server has shown up to a 1.8x advantage under load compared to a two-chip x86 server with Intel Xeon Processor E5-2630 v4 running Apache Spark 2.1 ML model creations. Performance Landscape The table below compares the SPARC T8-1 server and two-chip Intel Xeon Processor E5-2630 v4 server running the same model creation transactions against a Real Cardinality Database (RCDB) with a 60 million rows fact table and an aviation ontime dataset with 159 million...

Monday, September 18, 2017 | Benchmark | Read More

Oracle Advanced Analytics: SPARC T8-2 Up To 1.5x Advantage Under Load Compared to 2-Chip x86 E5-2699 v4

Running Oracle Advanced Analytics, comparing Oracle's SPARC M8 processor's performance to an Intel Xeon Processor E5-2699 v4, the SPARC M8 processor delivered an advantage of up to 1.5x for scoring/prediction analysis and up to 1.4x for training/learning analysis. For these scoring/prediction algorithms the SPARC T8-2 server is compared to a two-chip Intel Xeon Processor E5-2699 v4 based server. For the Support Vector Machine algorithm using the Interior Point Method solver...

Monday, September 18, 2017 | Benchmark | Read More

Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark: SPARC T8-1 and Oracle NoSQL Advantage Over x86 E5-2699 v4 Server Per Core Under Load

Oracle's SPARC T8-1 server delivered 848 Kops/sec on 300 million records for the Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB) running a 95% read, 5% update workload using Oracle NoSQL Database 4.4. NoSQL is important for Big Data Analysis and for Cloud Computing. The SPARC T8-1 server also delivered 772 Kops/sec with ZFS Encryption on 300 million records for the Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB) running a 95% read, 5% update workload using Oracle NoSQL Database 4.4. The SPARC T8-1...

Monday, September 18, 2017 | Benchmark | Read More

Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark: SPARC T8-1 and Apache Cassandra 2.2x Advantage Over x86 E5-2630 v4 Server Per Core

Running Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB) against a 50 million record Cassandra database, Oracle's SPARC T8-1 server delivered 289,802 ops/sec running a 50% read, 50% write workload. The SPARC T8-1 server was 2.2 times faster per core under load than a two-chip x86 E5-2630 v4 server running YCSB with a 50% read, 50% update workload. The SPARC T8-1 server delivered 5 times better average latency than a two-chip x86 E5-2630 v4 server running YCSB with a 50% read, 50% update...

Monday, September 18, 2017 | Benchmark | Read More
 

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