Why Oracle on IBM POWER7 is Better Than Oracle Exadata - The Advantages of IBM POWER7 Systems

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  • Side 18 how are you going to manage the Database on Power Machine ? you will need OEM on both case but you pay double on AIX. unless you want to manager database with TOAD ..For dba point view .. This is no sense presentation... 11gr1 is full of bugs and was live only for very short time as vanilla version
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  • Silde 18 .. hope that you show that you will be run BD2 on that machine P Series Serie ,,,
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  • On Silde 9 .. Cost of license is double on AIX .. cause of core factor 1 on aix and 1/2 on Linux .. Linux on IBM is not supprted by Oracl EE 3M*2 RAC 1M*2..... Using Sofware on AIX is double . Know fact
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  • This slide-deck is filled with incomplete messages. Hopefully customers are smart enough to tell the difference. But for those who can't here is a custom made rebuttal:

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    1. Oracle sells hardware for flexibility solutions. Exadata is a system for database processing, so it has to be rigid in the configuration in order to achieve extreme performance. On the other hand is very agile because it lets the customer setup to adapt it to its workload needs with all the numerous features that come inside Exadata.

    2. Exadata is a new storage technology for database. Just deal with it!

    3. The is no standard for benchmarks in solutions, only in elemental systems. If you want to see proper testing check out: www.benchware.ch an independent firm from Swizerland that tested Exadata against traditional systems and the numbers are impressive.

    4. Scalability is very high to achieve with traditional systems because you leave the balancing decisions to the finance department. Here you can have true technology Scalability by starting with entry level systems and through upgrading paths leveraging your previous investments.

    5. Reliability is having the same system in thousands of customers world wide and if one crashes we now that the same problem will never happens to another customer again, because they all have the SAME system. With expensive traditional hardware you never know where to turn to in case of a crash. It takes months to figure out and even though you might never know the root cause. This is reliability.

    6. Virtualisation: Why would I want to embed virtualisation inside a system that can provision DBaaS? Or that has the most sophisticated fencing mechanisms? Just to waste resources...

    7. Who cares about the OS in a Database Machine? You don't want to be hassled by the AIX or SUSE packages, because it's a machine DEDICATED to database processing. In Exadata the OS is optimized, and every upgrades and updates in line with the database upgrades and updates. No hassle, no hidden complexities.

    8. This is an opportunity not a problem

    9. What is 'clear' about a system based solely on chip-performance? Oracle Exadata has a clear roadmap based not only in hardware refreshes but also in software enhancements and innovations.

    10. Risky is wasting valuable customer time and resources setting up

    Slide 9 refers to top-of-the-line system Exadata X2-8 with 128 cores, as a 'Initial' investment :-)

    I could go on but the fact is that you cannot compare apples with oranges. It's bad and an insult to customers intellect.

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Why Oracle on IBM POWER7 is Better Than Oracle Exadata - The Advantages of IBM POWER7 Systems

  1. 1. February, 2011Why Oracle on IBM POWER7 is BetterThan Oracle ExadataThe Advantages of IBM POWER7 Systems © 2011 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. IBM and Oracle Have a Long-Standing Relationship Sustaining relationship of 120K + clients  Oracle 22 years, PeopleSoft 20 years, JD Edwards 31 Coopetition is years, Siebel 10 years alive and well More than 120K joint technology clients  And more than 20,000 joint application clients Vibrant technology relationship  Sustained investment in skills and resources including dedicated international competency centers Market-leading services practice  IBM GBS is Oracle’s #1 SI partner (7,500 joint projects) with 5,000 people dedicated to Oracle Unrivaled client support process  Dedicated on-site resources and significant program investments © 2011 IBM Corporation2
  3. 3. Top 10 Reasons IBM POWER7 Systems are Better for Oracle IBM POWER7® Systems Oracle Exadata Custom, client-focused configurations Rigid configuration with lack of 1. Configuration and for multiple needs – including OLTP and customization to client’s workload with a price flexibility Data Warehouse – and multiple price high initial purchase price that is very points expensive to scale Enterprise-strength storage Missing key storage technology and 2. Storage technology technologies such as RAID-6 options support Industry-leading performance and No published benchmarks 3. Performance benchmarks Capability and flexibility to scale up and Only scale-out capability 4. Scalability Oracle… scale out Extremely reliable system and storage Uncertain reliability 1. Expensive 5. Reliability 2. Lock in technology Marries resource efficiency and No virtualization 3. Risk 6. Virtualization virtualization Choice of AIX®, IBM i, Red Hat or SUSE Only proprietary Oracle Linux 7. OS flexibility Linux distributions, Oracle Solaris 11 in 2011 Supports all currently available Oracle Only supports Oracle Database Server 8. Software levels Database Server versions through 11gR2 11gR2 9. Roadmap History of success and a clear roadmap Uncertain roadmap and direction 10. Business risk Proven platform Risky platform © 2011 IBM Corporation3
  4. 4. #1 – Configuration & price flexibility OLTP and Data Warehouse Have Different Design Needs IBM believes that designing and building systems optimized for specific workloads is the best approach  OLTP Systems – Run the business by processing the transactions that are critical to the organization – Utilization is driven by the number of users, not complexity of SQL – Smaller block I/O – 8K – Higher write - updated online, many index lookups Would you – Buffer, log and cache management are key to performance in clusters configure OLTP and Data Warehouse  Data Warehouse Systems systems identically? – Analyze the transaction data to provide strategic and competitive differentiation – Larger more complex queries with more table joins, complex SQL ORACLE DOES – Lots of large block I/O – 16-32K with Exadata! – 90-95% reads – Tends to consume entire environments  Mixing OLTP and Data Warehouse databases within the same OS is not generally recommended © 2011 IBM Corporation4
  5. 5. #1 – Configuration & price flexibility Exadata — Rigid and Lacks Customization to Client’s Workload You’re locked in to a fixed configuration that lacks the granularity to size YOUR workload to YOUR needs — Fixed node sizes, fixed ratio of cores-to-disks and fixed upgrade options  Processing and storage capacity are not sold independently — when you need to increase processing, you likely don’t need more storage – Typical Exadata system running OLTP can end up with 6x-28x more storage than required – When you need high-performance, you are paying too much for 100 TB of usable low- performance storage you may never use  Exadata storage nodes come with 5 TB of expensive flash cache and 100 TB of disk storage — whether both are required or not  If you have a ¼ rack and you want to upgrade, you have to move to a ½ rack – Doubling the size of your environment — even if you only need one more processor – Have to pay Oracle license and maintenance fees — even if you’re not using all that processing power © 2011 IBM Corporation5
  6. 6. #1 – Configuration & price flexibility Implement Lower-Cost Solutions Suited to Your Business Needs — IBM POWER7 Systems — IBM POWER7 Systems offer custom, Flexibility for OLTP and Data Warehouse client-focused Workload deployment configurations for YOUR specific workload with choice of processor speed, storage type, virtualization and the ability to scale both up and out! Upgrade existing systems OR integrate new systems into your environment based on your workload needs Leverage virtualization in application servers and development/test environment © 2011 IBM Corporation6
  7. 7. #1 – Configuration & price flexibility POWER7 Leads Exadata in All Platform Categories Exadata X2-2 Exadata X2-8 Power Systems IBM Sockets/Node 2 8 1 to 32 POWER7 Cores/Node 12 64 4 to 256 Systems are the wise 256 with 795 choice to run Max Cores/Rack 96 128 320 with 730/750 Oracle 448 with PS701 blades Database Threads/Node 24 128 16 to 1024 software. Make the Memory/Node 96 GB 1TB Up to 8TB smart Oracle Linux, Oracle Linux, AIX, IBM i, decision! OS Support Solaris 11 Solaris 11 Red Hat and SUSE Linux Oracle DB Support 11gR2 11gR2 10gR2, 11gR1, 11gR2 Virtualization None None IBM PowerVMTM built in VMs/node None None Up to 1,000 © 2011 IBM Corporation7
  8. 8. #1 – Configuration & price flexibility POWER7 Systems Flexibility Advantage with Oracle Database Implement and deploy an appropriate mix of RAC and non-RAC Oracle database instances as well as application instances  Size individual database LPARs to match  Isolate critical databases in different LPARs specific CPU, I/O and memory needs  Isolate database by department or other  Scale from very small to very large LPARs  Mix test and production on the same frame and Oracle instances  Mix application and database on the same  Create independent security domains machine  Deploy varying versions of Oracle AIX OS OS OS OS OS OS OS WPARs RAC RAC DB DB DB App DB DB DB OS OS DB RAC RAC App PowerVM Hypervisor PowerVM Hypervisor = IBM Advantages © 2011 IBM Corporation8
  9. 9. #1 – Configuration & price flexibility Exadata — High Initial Purchase Price and VERY Expensive to Scale Exadata X2-8 Full Rack List Price IBM POWER7 Hardware Cost $1,500,000 Systems allow Exadata Storage Server Software $1,680,000 you to scale both Oracle 11g Database $3,040,000 up and out so you can add Oracle RAC Option $1,472,000 incremental Oracle Partitioning Option $736,000 processors, memory and Oracle Compression Option $736,000 storage Oracle Diagnostics Pack $320,000 AND PAY FOR Oracle Tuning Pack $320,000 ONLY WHAT YOU NEED Oracle Premier Support for Systems $180,000 WHEN YOU 1 year Disk Retention Services $30,000 NEED IT! 1 year Exadata Software Maintenance $369,900 1 year Oracle Software Maintenance $1,457,280 Estimated total cost $11,841,180 Migration and installation are extra and require a custom quote Source: Exadata pricing guide © 2011 IBM Corporation9
  10. 10. #2 – Storage Technology Exadata — Lacks Key Storage Technology and Options Support Feature IBM Storage Exadata Storage choices  YES, provides many choices with flexible cost and  NO, only option is very expensive/GB. Paying for very and warranty warranty options — all support Oracle and Oracle RAC expensive Flash Cache that most applications don’t need options  Storage can be repurposed for other applications/needs  Exadata storage is only supported with Exadata Scalability  Do not need a fixed ratio of CPU cores to disks  Need a fixed ratio of CPU cores to disk  Can size your workload to what you need  Same ratio for OLTP and Data Warehouse, and whether using compressed data or not Reliability  POWER7 with RAID-6 has a far more reliable scheme for  Exadata standard configuration uses less reliable data redundancy than Oracle Exadata standard mirroring scheme (ASM) configuration with mirroring Capacity efficiency  POWER7 Systems and the DS3500 have 1/3 higher  With Exadata’s standard configuration, it operates at 50% capacity efficiency than Oracle Exadata. IBM operates at capacity efficiency 67% capacity efficiency. With IBM, less capacity is  With Exadata’s optional triple mirroring, reliability is devoted to the overhead necessary to keep the data safe improved, but capacity efficiency drops from 50% to 33%  Compared to Exadata’s optional triple mirroring, IBM has 50% higher capacity efficiency Drives intermix  YES, helps protect investment  NO, the Exadata Storage Server is a fixed configuration. It only comes in two flavors and drives cannot be individually purchased or configured Other storage  YES, RAID options, de-duplication and tape support  NO options Automated data  YES, IBM Storage Systems provide the ability to relocate  NO placement data (at the extent level) across drive tiers (HDD/SSD) without disruption to applications. 5-10% SSD can provide up to 300% transaction throughput increase © 2011 IBM Corporation10
  11. 11. #3 – Performance Power Systems Demonstrate Sustained Performance Excellence TPC-C 64-core TPC-C 16-core TPC-C 8-core TPC-C 4-core SAP SD 3-tier Overall SAP SD 2-tier Overall (uni) SAP SD 2-tier 64-core (uni) SAP SD 2-tier 32-core (uni) ORACLE has no SAP SD 2-tier 16-core SAP SD 2-tier 4-core SAP SD 2-tier 2-core published Siebel 7.7 Industry Applications Oracle Apps. Std. Batch 11.5.9 performance SPECint_rate2000 4-core SPECfp_rate2000 4-core benchmarks SPECint_rate2000 8-core SPECfp_rate2000 8-core SPECint_rate2000 16-core with Exadata! SPECfp_rate2000 16-core SPECint_rate2000 32-core SPECfp_rate2000 32-core SPECint_rate2000 64-core SPECfp_rate2000 64-core SPECint_rate2006 64-core SPECfp_rate2006 64-core SPECint_rate2006 256-core SPECfp_rate2006 256-core Lotus NotesBench R6Mail Overall Lotus NotesBench D7 R6iNotes SPECjbb2005 16-core SPECjbb2005 32-core SPECjbb2005 64-core Best Competitive Result SPECjbb2005 256-core SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) 2-core IBM SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) 4-core SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) 16-core SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) Overall SPEC OMPL2001 base (64-core) LINPACK HPC 2-core LINPACK HPC 4-core LINPACK HPC 8-core LINPACK HPC 16-core LINPACK HPC 32-core LINPACK HPC 64-core Source: http://www.spec.org 0 1 2 3 http://www.tpc.org Relative Performance http://www.sap.com/benchmark/ http://performance.netlib.org/performance/html/PDSreports.html See page 23 for more detail © 2011 IBM Corporation11
  12. 12. #4 – Scalability Scale Up or Scale Out Depending on Application Needs with POWER7 With Exadata, you  Drive a consolidation strategy and add in pieces you need, have to add as you need them capacity in big – Add additional CPUs for better performance increments and – Add additional memory for cache-sensitive workloads only via scale-out – Add SSD for reduced I/O latency nodes, which increases – Leverage existing disks for tiered storage complexity and  Scale up and configure fewer, more powerful servers management considerations. – Fewer moving parts means less to manage – Less complex RAC configurations  Deploy new applications and respond to rapidly changing Do you want to business needs quickly and easily waste capacity – Mix application and database on and pay for what the same machine you don’t need – Mix test and production on the with Exadata? same frame © 2011 IBM Corporation12
  13. 13. #5 – Reliability POWER7 is Reliable. Is Exadata? RAS Feature POWER7 EXADATA X2-2 EXADATA X2-8 Live Partition Mobility Yes No No Live Application Mobility Yes No No OS-independent First Failure Data Capture Yes No No with dedicated service processors Memory Keys (including OS exploitation) Yes No No Voltage Regulator Output Redundancy – N+2 Power 770/780 No No Processor Instruction Retry Yes ? ? Alternate Processor Recovery Yes No No Dynamic Processor De-allocation Yes ? ? Dynamic Processor Sparing Yes ? ? Hypervisor Critical Data Memory Mirroring Yes ? ? Dynamic DRAM Sparing Yes ? ? I/O Extended Error Handling Yes ? ? I/O Adapter Isolation (PCI-Bus and TCEs) Power ? ? 770/780/795 © 2011 IBM Corporation13
  14. 14. #5 – Reliability Power Systems with AIX Deliver 99.997% Up Time Power Systems with AIX deliver excellent reliability, availability and serviceability  Availability – The least amount of downtime Minutes of downtime per year – 15 minutes per year – 2.3 times better than the closest competitor 180 – More than 10 times better than Windows 120  Reliability – The fewest unscheduled outages 60 – Less than one outage per year 0  Serviceability – The fastest patch time AIX / Power HP-UX / PA_RISC HP-UX / Integrity x86 - Windows – 11 minutes to apply a patch Source: ITIC 2009 Global Server Hardware & Server OS Reliability Survey Results, July 7, 2009 © 2011 IBM Corporation14
  15. 15. #6 – Virtualization POWER7 with PowerVM for Virtualization Without Limits Higher system utilization means fewer idle resources, lower total power requirements and maximum value obtained from per-CPU licenses! Live Partition Mobility with virtual machines of any size up to the entire system that can easily move between your POWER6 and POWER7 systems Scales seamlessly from 1/10 of a core to 256 cores and can use all resources of the host server Dynamic changes to any IT resource without reboot Integrated storage virtualization for simplified provisioning, management of virtual servers and advanced virtual networking Secure by design with zero common vulnerabilities exposures (CVEs) reported against PowerVM by US CERT or by MITRE Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation15
  16. 16. #6 – Virtualization POWER7 Leads Exadata in Virtualization with PowerVM Feature PowerVM EXADATA (X2-8) Hypervisor is core firmware Yes No Architecture Hypervisor is thin layer - not OS based Yes No Oracle’s lack of Max physical server CPUs / memory 256, 16TB 128, 2TB Scaling, Maximum # of VMs per server 1000 0 systems Performance VM scalability (CPUs, memory) 256, 16TB None virtualization Hypervisor efficiency High None leads to over provisioning of Dynamic VM resources (―DLPAR‖) Yes None the physical Full, dynamic processor sharing Yes None environment. Dynamic Full, dynamic memory sharing Yes None Reconfiguration Ability to dedicate all resources Yes None and Ability to specify guaranteed capacity Yes None Optimization Capped & uncapped partitions/groups Yes None Do you want to Automatic VM N-way minimization Yes None Memory compression Yes None waste resources and pay for what Hot-node add /cold-node repair / PFA Yes Limited you don’t need RAS Concurrent firmware maintenance Yes No with Exadata? (Virtualization Selective memory mirroring Yes No Specific) VM live mobility Yes No Redundant virtual I/O server Yes No Market Adoption Maturity and usage High New Fault/Security I/O error isolation/recovery Yes No Isolation © 2011 IBM Corporation16
  17. 17. #7 & 8 – OS Flexibility & Software POWER7 Provides OS Choice and Software Simplicity  Provides choice of proven operating systems – AIX IBM POWER7 – IBM i Systems offer a choice of proven – Red Hat and SUSE Linux operating systems and  Supports available Oracle versions up through 11gR2 allow you to – No forced migrations leverage your existing Oracle  Allows mixing of applications and database on the Database Server same machine investment! – Includes test and production environments  Supports thousands of applications, third-party software tools and a wide range of hardware components © 2011 IBM Corporation17 Note: Oracle 11gR2 does not support Red Hat and SUSE Linux on Power
  18. 18. #7 & 8 – OS Flexibility & Software Exadata — Lacks OS Flexibility and Adds Complexity  Offers Oracle Enterprise Linux Distributions only — not Red Hat, not Solaris – Is this new to your stack and needs validation/testing?  Supports only Oracle Database 11gR2 Do you want to – Database must be migrated to 11gR2 level work around all – Most third-party applications not yet certified – Storage must use ASM, you have no choice Exadata’s limitations?  Does not allow additional hardware/software on Oracle Database Server or Exadata Storage Server nodes  No flexibility – backups must use RMAN, Disaster Recovery use Data Guard  Need 22 installations of the Oracle Linux OS – Is Oracle Linux certified in your environment?  Need 8 copies of Oracle 11gR2 Database Server software – Does your application stack support Oracle 11gR2?  Need 14 copies of Oracle 11gR2 Exadata Storage software – Can you tune this piece? Do you have to? How do you? – Newly available software with unproven code quality  Need Oracle RAC and additional software to simplify systems management – Do you run Oracle RAC in your environment? – Enterprise Manager Diagnostics Pack – Enterprise Manager Change Management Pack Oracle Exadata – Enterprise Manager Tuning Pack / Provisioning Pack full rack – Enterprise Manager Configuration Management Pack © 2011 IBM Corporation18
  19. 19. #9 – Roadmap IBM Power Technology — Dependable Execution For a Decade Exadata V1 was retired after one year with no upgrade path to Exadata V2. V2 was introduced on a completely POWER8 different hardware POWER7 platform! Oops! 45 nm POWER6 Proven 65 nm technology Dual Core POWER5 On-Chip eDRAM and clear 130 nm Power-Optimized Cores roadmap What will the POWER4 Dual Core Memory Subsystem ++ SMT++ High Frequencies next version of 180 nm Virtualization + Reliability + VSM & VSX Dual Core Memory Subsystem +Exadata be like? Enhanced Scaling Altivec Protection Keys+ SMT Instruction Retry Distributed Switch + Dynamic Energy Mgmt Dual Core SMT + Chip Multi Processing Core Parallelism + Protection Keys Distributed Switch FP Performance + Shared L2 Memory Bandwidth + Dynamic LPARs (32) Virtualization 2001 2004 2007 2010 Future © 2011 IBM Corporation19
  20. 20. #10 – Business Risk And Finally, Is Moving to Exadata Worth the Business Risk? Practical Analysis: Do Oracle Exadata Do you want Gains Warrant the Risk? to take what By Art Wittmann, Director, Is Exadata More Trouble Than It’s Worth? could be a InformationWeek Analytics “career-ending By Matthew McKenzie, Editor in Chief, risk”? On the face of it, that Oracle makes a Enterprise Efficiency big deal out of performance is a telling mistake. Just like we no longer buy Who cares? According to a recent InformationWeek cars based on horsepower alone, IT Analytics survey, the real issue isnt whether Exadata purchases have long since ceased to performs better. Its whether CIOs are willing to risk tying be about performance. Factors like their companies — and their careers — to what they see value and risk are at least as important, as a deeply dysfunctional vendor relationship. and for existing Sun customers, the risks are just getting bigger. Heres the bottom line: Earlier this year, just 7 percent of IT pros said they had "no interest" in buying major Oracle Stacks the Deck with Integrated applications in appliance form from a Sun/Oracle combo. Hardware and Software: Convenience, Now, that number has more than doubled to 17 percent. Lock-in and Higher Prices Whats driving that change? According to InformationWeek By Dave Vallente, Silicon Angle Analytics director Art Wittman, the IT pros surveyed say its a toxic combination of an "arrogant" Oracle sales team If you don’t endeavor to manage Oracle negotiations in a deliberate and and an "inept" Sun hardware service team. thoughtful manner, like you would a Even if Exadata delivers the goods, Wittman writes, "The vital corporate project – the outcome benefit isnt sufficient to make up for what could be a will be simple. You will be eaten alive, your costs will go up, you’ll be hit with career-ending risk." audit bills down the road and you’ll be20 locked-in for a decade. © 2011 IBM Corporation
  21. 21. It Makes Sense to Deploy your Applications on POWER7 Systems IBM POWER7 Oracle… Custom, client-focused configurations 1. Expensive 1. Configuration and price for multiple needs – including data flexibility warehouse and OLTP – and multiple 2. Lock in price points 3. Risk Enterprise-strength storage 2. Storage technology technologies including RAID-6 Industry-leading performance and 3. Performance benchmarks IBM POWER7 Capability and flexibility to scale both Systems are the 4. Scalability SMART choice for up and out Extremely reliable system and your Oracle 5. Reliability storage technology Database Server environment! Marries resource efficiency and 6. Virtualization virtualization Choice of AIX, IBM i, Red Hat or 7. OS flexibility SUSE Linux Supports available Oracle versions 8. Software levels through 11gR2 History of success and a clear 9. Roadmap roadmap 10. Business risk Proven platform © 2011 IBM Corporation21
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  23. 23. Backup data for slide 11 IBM Second Place POWER Benchmarks # Cores GHz System POWER Result Result Faster By Second Place System (non-IBM) TPC-C 64-core TPC-C 16-core TPC-C 8-core 64 16 8 5 4.7 4.14 595 570 780 6,085,166 1,616,162 1,200,011 2,382,032 579,814 661,475 155% 178.7% 81.4 Fujitsu Primequest HP DL585 HP DL370 POWER vs. TPC-C 4-core SAP SD 3-tier Overall SAP SD 2-tier Overall (Unicode) 4 - - 4.7 1.90 4 570 p5-595 795 404,462 168,300 70,032 230,569 100,000 32,000 75.4% 68.3% 118.8% HP rx6600 HP Superdome 64-core Sun/Fujitsu M9000 Best SAP SD 2-tier 64-core (Unicode) 64 3.86 780 37,000 18,635 98.5% HP DL980 SAP SD 2-tier 32-core (Unicode) SAP SD 2-tier 16-core 32 16 3.55 4.7 750 570 15,600 8,000 10490 4170 48.7% 91.8% HP DL580 Sun T5240 Competitive SAP SD 2-tier 4-core 4 4.7 570 2,035 1,218 67.1% HP BL480c SAP SD 2-tier 2-core Oracle Apps Online 11.5.9 Oracle Apps. Std. Batch 11.5.9 2 8 8 2.10 1.90 1.90 p5-505 p5-570 p5-570 680 15,004 2,744,000 597 DNP 2,664,000 13.9% 3.0% HP ProLiant ML370 3.6 GHz Fujitsu PrimePower 850 (16-core) Result Comparing the SPECint_rate2000 4-core 4 2.10 p5-550 90.0 123 -26.8% Dell PowerEdge best available SPECfp_rate2000 4-core 4 2.10 p5-550 149 121 23.1% Sun Ultra 40 results vs. POWER SPECint_rate2000 8-core 8 2.20 p5-575 200 200 0% Dell PowerEdge/Fujitsu Primergy SPECfp_rate2000 8-core 8 2.20 p5-575 382 214 78.5% Sun X4600 SPECint_rate2000 16-core 16 1.90 p5-575 314 283 11% Fujitsu PrimePower 64-core (32/64/128) IBM Power 595 TPC-C result of 6,085,166 tpmC, $2.81/tpmC, avail. 12/10/08 SPECfp_rate2000 16-core 16 1.90 p5-575 571 373 53.1% Bull NovaScale 64-core (32/64/128) Fujitsu Primequest TPC-C result of 2,382,032 tpmC, $3.76/tpmC, avail. 12/04/08 SPECint_rate2000 32-core 32 1.65 p5-590 529 537 -1.5% Fujitsu PrimePower 1500 16-core (8/16/32) IBM Power 570 TPC-C result of 1,616,162 tpmC, $3.54/tpmC, avail. 11/21/07 16-core (4/16/16) HP DL585 TPC-C result of 579,814 tpmC, $.96/tpmC, avail. 11/17/08 SPECfp_rate2000 32-core 32 1.65 p5-590 870 766 13.6% Fujitsu Primequest 480 8-core (2/8/32) IBM Power 780 TPC-C result of 1,200,011 tpmC, $.69/tpmC, avail. 10/13/10 8-core (2/8/16) HP DL370 TPC-C result of 661,475 tpmC, $1.16/tpmC, avail. 2/01/10 SPECint_rate2000 64-core 64 2.30 p5-595 1,513 1108 36.6% HP Superdome (1.6 GHz) 4-core (2/4/8) IBM Power 570 TPC-C result of 404,462 tpmC, $3.50/tpmC, avail. 11/26/07 SPECfp_rate2000 64-core 64 1.90 p5-595 2,406 1,257 91.4% SGI Altix 3000 4-core (2/4/8) HP rx6600 TPC-C result of 230,569 tpmC, $2.63/tpmC, avail. 12/01/06 SPECint_rate2006 64-core 64 3.86 780 2,610 1510 72.8% HP DL980 SPECfp_rate2006 64-core 64 3.86 780 2,300 1080 112.9% HP DL980 SPECint_rate2006 256-core 256 4.00 795 11,200 3354 233% SGI Altix SPECfp_rate2006 256-core 256 4.00 795 10,400 3507 196% SGI Altix SPECjbb2005 256-core 256 4.00 795 21,058,767 12,665,917 66.2% SGI Altix SPECjbb2005 64-core 64 3.86 780 5,210,501 3,816,799 36.5% HP DL980 Sources: SPECjbb2005 32-core 32 4.14 780 3,031,184 1,296,080 133.8% HP DL785 http://www.spec.org SPECjbb2005 16-core 16 3.86 780 1,331,641 1,017,141 30.9% Cisco UCS B230 http://www.tpc.org http://www.sap.com/benchmark/ Lotus NotesBench R6Mail 16 1.65 i5-595 175,000 120,000 45.8% 8 2-way HP ProLiant BL20p http://performance.netlib.org/performance/html/PDSreports.html Lotus NotesBench D7 R6iNotes 16 1.8 p5-560Q 55,000 43,000 27.9% Sun T5120 All results are as of 11/01/10. SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) 2-core 2 3.8 JS12 12,885 7,612 69.2% Sun Fire X4200 TPC-C results with processor chip/core/thread. SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) 4-core 4 4.2 520 20,443 13,817 47.9% Sun V40z SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) 16-core 16 3.55 740* 95,002 35,896 164% Sun X6440 SAP certification numbers can be found in SAP section of charts. SPEC OMPM2001 (peak) Overall 64 5 595 242,116 104,714 88.8% Sun/Fujitsu M8000 SPEC OMPL2001 base (64-core) 64 2.30 p5-595 1,005,583 532,576 98.1% Sun/Fujitsu M8000 LINPACK HPC 2-core 2 5 570 17.47 12.05 44.9% HP rx1620 LINPACK HPC 4-core 4 4.7 520 65 21.71 199.4% HP rx5670 © 2011 IBM Corporation23 LINPACK HPC 8-core 8 5 550 137.6 48.55 183.4% HP rx6600 LINPACK HPC 16-core 16 5 570 277.7 88.8 212.7% HP rx8620

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