By John Clingan-Oracle on Dec 22, 2008
After taking a look at Tom Daly's post on compelling price/performance, I thought I would take a slightly different approach. Tom's post covers the details of the recent 100% open source software result of 1197.1 JOPS@Standard using GlassFish, OpenSolaris and MySQL running on a Sun X4150 Server. The competitive results are also on quad-core X64 servers.
The data shown here includes 3 years of 24x7 phone support for each operating system, database, and application server. This provides a more appropriate scenario for those deploying in a production environment. While Tom's post has the raw data, I'm just showing the updated $/JOP.
| Application Server
|GlassFish Enterprise Server||$33.90/JOP
|Oracle WebLogic Server Standard Edition 10.3||$232.68/JOP
|Oracle Application Server 10g Release 10.1.3.3||$193.71/JOP
Required disclosure : SPEC and SPECjAppServer are registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of 11/05/2008. 2xSun Fire X4150 (8 cores, 2chips) and 1xSun Fire X4150 (4 cores, 1 chip) 1197.10 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard; Best result with 8 cores in application-tier of the benchmark: 1xHP BL460c (8 cores,2chips) and 1xHP BL480c (8 cores,2 chips) 2056.27 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard; Best result with 2 systems in application-tier of the benchmark: 2xDell PowerEdge 2950 (8 cores, 2 chips) and 1xDell PowerEdge R900 (4 chips, 24 cores) 4,794.33 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard.
MySQL Pricing: https://shop.mysql.com/enterprise/
Oracle Price Book: http://www.oracle.com/corporate/pricing/eplext.pdf
Red Hat Server pricing: https://www.redhat.com/apps/store/server/
Sun OpenSolaris, GlassFish Enterprise Server pricing: http://tinyurl.com/SunSoftwareVolume