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posted by Oracle on March 25, 2015 (2 years, 1 day ago)

Benchmark Results

The Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 appliance delivered 1.8x improved performance and 1.3x improved price performance over the previous generation Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-4 Appliance as shown by the SPC-2 benchmark.

  • Running the SPC-2 benchmark, the Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 Appliance delivered SPC-2 Price-Performance of $17.09 and an overall score of 31,486.23 SPC-2 MBPS.

  • This complements the earlier Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-2 Appliance results of 16,212.66 SPC-2 MBPS and the benchmark leading price-performance of $12.08.

Benchmark Description

SPC Benchmark 2 (SPC-2): Consists of three distinct workloads designed to demonstrate the performance of a storage subsystem during the execution of business critical applications that require the large-scale, sequential movement of data. Those applications are characterized predominately by large I/Os organized into one or more concurrent sequential patterns. A description of each of the three SPC-2 workloads is listed below as well as examples of applications characterized by each workload.

  • Large File Processing: Applications in a wide range of fields, which require simple sequential process of one or more large files such as scientific computing and large-scale financial processing.
  • Large Database Queries: Applications that involve scans or joins of large relational tables, such as those performed for data mining or business intelligence.
  • Video on Demand: Applications that provide individualized video entertainment to a community of subscribers by drawing from a digital film library.

SPC-2 is built to:

  • Provide a level playing field for test sponsors.
  • Produce results that are powerful and yet simple to use.
  • Provide value for engineers as well as IT consumers and solution integrators.
  • Is easy to run, easy to audit/verify, and easy to use to report official results.

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