Oracle NoSQL Database Using FusionIO ioDrive2

We ran some benchmarks using FusionIO ioDrive2 SSD drives and Oracle NoSQL Database. FusionIO has published a whitepaper with the results of the benchmarks.

"Results of testing showed that using an ioDrive2 for data delivered nearly 30 times more operations per second than a 300GB 10k SAS disk on a 90 percent read and 10 percent write workload and nearly eight times more operations per second on a 50 percent read and 50 percent write workload. Equally impressive, an ioDrive2 reduced latency over 700 percent (seven times) on inserts in a 90 percent read and 10 percent write workload and over 5800 percent (58 times) on reads in a 50 percent read and 50 percent write workload."

Comments:

Newbie question.
In table 2 (50/50 read/update mix.) the Average read latency is ~35ms for SAS and 0.61ms for ioDrive.
Do those numbers refer to the time needed to complete all 100 reads/updates (50+50), or any individual one of them?
Thanks.

Posted by Benedetto Proietti on August 21, 2012 at 04:25 PM EDT #

It is the average latency/time per operation, not per 100 operations.

Charles

Posted by guest on August 21, 2012 at 07:14 PM EDT #

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