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Articles for the keywords: SPARC T4
18 Feb 2016 How To Tell If SPARC HW Crypto Is Being Used? (2016 Edition) [50073]
By Eric Reid

Eric writes, "We've been blogging here recently about the advantages of SPARC M7's on-chip hardware encryption, as well as some Oracle partners whose software already works with it. Some readers have been asking 'how can I tell if XXXX software is automatically making use of it?' A very good question, which we'd like to answer via an update on Dan Anderson's seminal 2012 blog post, How to tell if SPARC T4 crypto is being used?"
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08 Dec 2015 IBM GSKit Supports SPARC M7 Hardware Encryption [48335]
By Eric Reid

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09 Jun 2015 Oracle Sun Servers Line Card [43363]
15 Page Summary

More than 30 years of systems expertise and innovative thinking have gone into creating Oracle servers. These systems are some of the most reliable, scalable, and energy-efficient systems in the industry. They are the core building blocks for mission-critical enterprise computing; enterprise application environments; and virtualization and cloud deployments.

  • SPARC entry-level servers
  • SPARC mid-range servers
  • SPARC high-end servers
  • Fujitsu M10 servers
  • x86 enterprise class servers
  • Netra systems
  • Blade server modules and chassis
  • Netra blade server modules and chassis

Oracle's complete portfolio of servers, storage, systems software, and networking products are engineered to work together to deliver record-breaking performance, simplified management, and cost-saving efficiencies.
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02 Dec 2014 IBM WebSphere Application Server Excels on Oracle SPARC T5 [39677]
2.7X better throughput than on Oracle's SPARC T4

This paper is intended for anyone considering running IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) on Oracle's SPARC T-Series servers. For IBM and Oracle customers, this includes systems administrators and system architects; we also encourage Oracle and IBM Sales and Support teams to consult this document.

The latest release of WAS is shown to perform exceptionally well on SPARC T-Series servers. Specifically:

  • SPARC T-Series servers provide a scalable, dependable, and performant platform for the deployment of WAS application instances.

-Application architects should have confidence in deploying WAS to multiple 'building blocks' consisting of one or more SPARC processors from Oracle; these building blocks may be instantiated as physical or virtualized resources.

  • WAS demonstrates 2.7X better throughput on Oracle's SPARC T5 processors than on Oracle's SPARC T4 processors, with improved response time.

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09 Oct 2014 ECS electraSWITCH On Oracle SPARC T5 [38712]
5x Better Performance, Linear Scaling

"ElectraCard Services, a MasterCard company, and Oracle recently conducted joint performance tests of electraSWITCH iTX on Oracle SPARC T-series servers with customer transaction mixes for Switching, ATM Transactions and Authorization Transactions. The measured results on the SPARC T5-4 were 5X better than previous results on the SPARC T4-4 showed near-linear scaling.

electraSWITCH 10 iTX from ElectraCard Services is a powerful payment processing application software that acquires, authenticates and routes financial transactions from multiple channels such as ATM, POS terminals, mobiles, IVR and kiosks to account management hosts, utility companies, service providers and interchanges such as MasterCard, Visa or domestic networks.

Oracle's SPARC T-servers running Oracle Solaris 11 are cost-effective, highly efficient cloud infrastructure platforms optimized to accelerate enterprise applications, delivering extreme performance and outstanding virtualization capabilities in a compact design.

The following three real world workloads were run to measure how well these combinations of hardware and software could perform while supporting a very high OLTP load..."
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