By Parnian Taidi-Oracle on May 25, 2016
In order to address PLM requirements for large Automotive, Aerospace and other manufacturing companies, Oracle and Siemens PLM engineering teams recently completed a benchmarking and sizing effort using a huge 50 car program database – nearly 1 TB database - with 10,000 concurrent rich client usage profile users on Oracle SuperCluster M7. The following results were achieved:
- 5x improvement in database / volume import times vs. SAN storage deployments
- Best Teamcenter transaction response times on the Solaris platform to date at 10,000 concurrent users
- Streamlined ability to configure redundancy / failover of Teamcenter tiers with Solaris embedded virtualization (LDOMS)
- Virtually flat server response times for most transactions
- No configuration changes required for OS, DB, or Teamcenter
- Enormous spare CPU capacity available for growth at all tiers
“Combining Teamcenter with the Oracle SuperCluster delivers to our customers a secure, stable, high-performance platform. Using the embedded virtualization features that come with Oracle Solaris 11 on Oracle SuperCluster systems, we were able to quickly install our entire Teamcenter software stack and transfer a very large Teamcenter database. This high-performance system easily supported 10,000 heavy-profile concurrent Teamcenter users with significant computational room for growth.” - Chris Brosz, Vice president of Technical Operations, Siemens PLM Software.
With its powerful combination of being ready to go right out of the box, extreme performance, and advanced security, Oracle SuperCluster M7 simplifies and accelerates deployment intervals, consolidates infrastructure, accelerates performance, and provides a high-availability mission-critical platform. The Teamcenter on Oracle SuperCluster M7 solution provides the stability, scalability, and performance organizations need to support the increasing role that PLM plays in optimizing the value chain, maintaining a competitive edge, and growing margins— today and tomorrow.
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