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28 Dec 2015
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Oracle Magazine - Special Edition [48747]
December 2015

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19 Nov 2015
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SPARC T7-2 World Record Performance for Two- and Four-Chip Systems [47678]
SPECvirt_2013 Result

Oracle's SPARC T7-2 server delivered a world record SPECvirt_sc2013 result for systems with two to four chips.

  • The SPARC T7-2 server produced a result of 3198 @ 179 VMs SPECvirt_sc2013.

  • The two-chip SPARC T7-2 server beat the best four-chip x86 Intel E7-8890 v3 server (HP ProLiant DL580 Gen9), demonstrating that the SPARC M7 processor is 2.1 times faster than the Intel Xeon Processor E7-8890 v3 (chip-to-chip comparison).

  • The two-chip SPARC T7-2 server beat the best two-chip x86 Intel E5-2699 v3 server results by nearly 2 times (Huawei FusionServer RH2288H V3, HP ProLiant DL360 Gen9).

  • The two-chip SPARC T7-2 server delivered nearly 2.2 times the performance of the four-chip IBM Power System S824 server solution which used 3.5 GHz POWER8 six core chips.

  • The SPARC T7-2 server running Oracle Solaris 11.3 operating system, utilizes embedded virtualization products as the Oracle Solaris 11 zones, which in turn provide a low overhead, flexible, scalable and manageable virtualization environment.

  • The SPARC T7-2 server result used Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.3 and Oracle Solaris Zones providing a flexible, scalable and manageable virtualization environment.

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13 Nov 2015
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SPECjbb2015: [47480]
SPARC T7-1 World Record for 1 Chip Result

Oracle's SPARC T7-1 server, using Oracle Solaris and Oracle JDK, produced world record one-chip SPECjbb2015 benchmark (MultiJVM metric) results beating all previous one- and two-chip results in the process. 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)...
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29 Oct 2015
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How good is Oracle Solaris and SPARC M7? [47061]
By Glynn Foster

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27 Oct 2015
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New Record for Infosys Finacle on Oracle SuperCluster M7 [47065]
Solution supported more than 2.0 billion bank accounts with near linear scalability

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26 Oct 2015
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One SPARC Beats Two POWER8 on 3 out 4 SPECrate metrics [47063]
By John L. Henning

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