Cisco UCS®) delivered world-record performance on Oracle PeopleSoft Human Resources Management Systems (HRMS) 9.1 FP2 Self-Service (online transaction processing [OLTP]) and Self-Service and Payroll Batch benchmarks.
The Oracle PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System (HRMS) 9.1 FP2 benchmark results for the Self-Service section of the benchmark demonstrate world-record performance and linear scalability. These results give you direct evidence of the degree to which you can scale your Cisco Unified Computing System™ deployments as the number of users of your human resources management system grows
Oracle PeopleSoft HRMS 9.1 FP2 Self-Service Benchmark Results
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Oracle PeopleSoft HRMS 9.1 FP2 Self-Service and Payroll Batch Extra-Large Data Model Benchmark Results
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Some of the key highlights of Cisco’s Oracle PeopleSoft Benchmark results are:
- The Oracle PeopleSoft HRMS benchmark is designed to provide verifiable performance metrics across a broad range of PeopleSoft HRMS workloads. With these world-record results, Cisco, EMC, and Oracle demonstrate the performance characteristics of real-life representative workloads to provide a template for you to use in obtaining exceptional performance for your business.
- These results demonstrate world-record performance and linear scalability and give you direct evidence of the degree to which you can scale your Cisco Unified Computing System™ deployments as the number of users of your human resources management system grows
- The world-record-setting Self-Service and Payroll Batch Extra-Large Data Model benchmark results show you how quickly you can accomplish batch payroll tasks.
Check out the Performance Brief for additional information on the benchmark configuration. Cisco measured the performance of all three components of the Oracle PeopleSoft HRMS benchmark. The disclosures for the three components are available at the following locations:
- Self-Service (OLTP) results (three user levels: 12,000, 16,000, and 20,000 only)
- Self-Service (user level: 18,000) and Payroll Batch (concurrency level: 128 Extra Large for 500,000 employees) together
- Payroll Batch (three concurrency levels: 32 Medium, 64 Large, and 128 Extra Large for 500,000 employees only)
It is interesting to note that although all vendors have access to same Intel processors, only Cisco UCS unleashes their power to deliver high performance to applications through the power of unification. The unique, fabric-centric architecture of Cisco UCS integrates the Intel Xeon processors into a system with a better balance of resources that brings processor power to life. . For additional information on Cisco UCS and Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure solutions please visit Cisco Unified Computing & Servers web page.
Cisco measured the performance of all three components of the Oracle PeopleSoft HRMS benchmark. The disclosures for the three components are available at the following locations:
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Cisco is pleased to announce the latest version of the UCS Manager Plug-In for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (OEM). This new version (184.108.40.206.0) is posted on the Cisco Communities website. The plug-in provides health monitoring and status checking.
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Tags: B-Series, C-Series, Cisco UCS, Oracle, Oracle Enterprise Manager, UCS Manager
Cisco is the first organization to publish a result for the new SAP Concurrent Benchmark
Cisco is the first organization to publish a result for the new SAP Concurrent Benchmark and have it certified by SAP on behalf of the SAP Benchmark Council. The benchmark allows vendors to demonstrate how well their SAP environments work side by side in a shared environment. Getting a new benchmark running and tuned can be difficult for some vendors, but because the Cisco Unified Computing SystemTM (Cisco UCS®) is a platform built for virtualization we were the first to demonstrate results—and we did it all using virtualization with Microsoft software: the operating system, the database management system, and the hypervisor.
Recently, the SAP Benchmark Council created a new category of concurrent benchmarks that allows benchmarking of multiple SAP dialog applications
running concurrently using shared resources—in our scenario, on a single server. The benchmark rules allow the use of any supported partitioning and isolation technologies, including hypervisors, hardware partitioning, and operating system containers. With a benchmark designed by SAP to measure the performance of these environments, we now can make objective comparisons between the same SAP applications running on bare metal or in concurrent environments with results certified by SAP.
Not only did Cisco publish the first- ever results on this new concurrent benchmark, but the results are remarkable. Comparison of the results with the results for the same software configuration running on a bare-metal server shows that the penalty for running in a virtualized environment was only 6.6 percent in terms of benchmark users, and only 6.7 percent in terms of SAP Application Performance Standard (SAPS) score.
With the Cisco UCS C240 M4 Rack Server powered by the Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 product family, Cisco supports a total of 14,975 SAP SD users or a total SAPS score of 81,827. This result is excellent for virtualized environments and is further evidence that when you choose Cisco® servers and a complete Microsoft software stack, you have access to outstanding SAP performance.
Many organizations and SAP administrators prefer to run their landscapes on Microsoft software stacks. This first-ever SAP Concurrent Benchmark result shows just how easily you can incorporate virtualization software from Microsoft to add
more flexibility to SAP application deployments with little performance impact.
Now you can use our SAPS score certified by SAP on behalf of the
SAP Benchmark Council to estimate your capacity on Cisco UCS running Microsoft software and run all your SAP landscapes in a shared environment with higher utilization rates and with less infrastructure.
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While cloud computing is based on a number of technology innovations, I’m going to write for the non-technical person who I think needs to understand this major shift. In the end, cloud computing will affect every business, every industry. I’ll start this blog by sharing a story.
A few years ago, I was in a meeting with six CIOs of one of the largest healthcare providers. I asked each a question as they introduced themselves: “What are you working on?”
The first CIO, Bill, replied, “I’m working on a strategy to move to cloud.”
Next, I asked Mary, “What do you do?” Mary also said she was working on a strategy to move the cloud.
We got through every one of them and every one of them had the same answer.
I asked, “So what does that mean, working on a strategy to move to the cloud?”
They collectively said, “We’re really not sure, but we’re working on it.”
I wasn’t actually there to talk to them about cloud computing, but I said, “Give me 10 to 15 minutes to help you think about what it might mean to move to the cloud.”
I’d like to share an abbreviated view of this discussion in this blog, beginning with reviewing my cloud-computing framework.
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Tags: CIO, cloud, Cloud Computing, move to the cloud, services
The New Year has arrived, and with it, SAP has added new solutions to their portfolio. The latest announcement is SAP’s Business Suite on HANA (S4HANA).
Over the past several years, SAP’s overall movement to create an in-memory platform has been strengthened by industry-leading and mission-critical solutions such as Tailored Datacenter Integration (TDI), integrated infrastructure, big data, and Internet of Things. How much do you know about these solutions? Would you like to learn more?
Cisco has developed a series of educational webinars to provide a deep dive into each of these solution areas.
These webinars have been created to educate and provide you the opportunity to ask the hard questions about how these SAP and SAP HANA solutions will fit into your organization.
Register for the individual webinars to learn how you can maximize your company’s competitive edge.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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