Benchmarking and systems performance - hosted by Elisabeth Stahl

Elisabeth Stahl

Blog Authors:  ELISABETH STAHL   is Chief Technical Strategist and Executive IT Specialist, IBM Systems and Technology Group, and has been working in systems performance for over 25 years.

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WebSphere and T2000 are like water and oil. Not much single thread power in a T2000 and not much multi-threading in websphere.

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On a per core basis, everyone knows IBM P6 is quicker. I dont think anyone disputes that and if they do, well they're a fool. However the fact remains that in the real world, I can purchase a Sun configuration running oracle and Siebel for a lot less money. Not only does it cost less but this confiuration appears to out perform a power 6 configuration costing many times more? <div>&nbsp;</div> (following link which contains reports from oracle running bench marking tests)<div>&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div>

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Simon - Thanks for your comment. Yes, in the real world we need to look at the whole package . . . what applications are we running, what type of performance do we need, what enterprise features do we require, and how much do we have or want to spend.

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