We are happy to announce that the following benchmarks will be available, just in time for Convergence 2012. We havepublished both summary and detail documents for each benchmark.
The benchmark demonstrated a sustained rate of more than 741,587 lines per hour forthese concurrent scenarios. With this concurrent workload, a 48-core,256-gigabyte (GB) database server sustained 55-percent CPU utilization; two12-core, 16-GB AOS servers sustained 57-percent CPU utilization; ten 8–12 core,16-GB Enterprise Portal servers sustained 47-percent to 85-percent CPUutilization; and an 8-core, 16-GB Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric cacheserver sustained 7-percent CPU utilization and 73-percent memory utilization.
The benchmark results demonstrate the ability of Enterprise Portal to handlevarious loads concurrently, without compromising performance and scalabilityfor critical business processes.
The benchmark results showed 20.68-percent performance degradation in response timewhen all servers are virtualized, 13.79-percent degradation when only the AOS andEnterprise Portal servers are virtualized, and 3.44-percent degradation whenonly the Enterprise Portal server is virtualized. Similar performancedegradations in throughput were seen in the virtualized servers.