Oracle Database Bests IBM DB2 by Delivering High-Performance and Scalability
Apr 29, 2005 / By Paul Vallee
Oracle announced another world record today, this time for SAP Sales and Distribution Standard Application Benchmark result, outperforming IBM DB2′s best result.
Running the SAP SD R/3 Enterprise 4.7 workload, Oracle Database achieved the leading world record performance result of 21,000 SAP SD Benchmark Users, with an average dialog response time of 1.91 seconds, for a two-tier
configuration on a Fujitsu Siemens Computers PRIMEPOWER 2500 server with 128 SPARC64 V processors. Oracle delivered nearly twice as much performance as the best result from IBM DB2, and nearly four times more performance than the best result from Microsoft SQL Server in a three-tier configuration.
Leave a Reply