The workload consists of an end-to-end Web based order processing domain, an RMI and Web Services driven manufacturing domain and a supply chain model utilizing document based Web Services. The application is a collection of Java classes, Java Servlets, Java Server Pages , Enterprise Java Beans, Java Persistence Entities (pojo's) and Message Driven Beans.http://www.spec.org/jEnterprise2010/ http://webspherecommunity.blogspot.com/2010/01/websphere-first-on-specjenterprise2010.html There should be value in such tests, yet there is also room skepticism too. What do you think?
The SPECjEnterprise2010 benchmark is a full system benchmark which allows performance measurement and characterization of JEE 5.0 servers and supporting infrastructure such as JVM, Database, CPU, disk and servers.
- Posted by: Jack Vaughan
- Posted on: January 12 2010 10:12 EST
- I think you switched the short and long versions of this by Andrew Spyker on January 12 2010 10:58 EST
- My comments on IBM's publish by Andrew Spyker on January 12 2010 10:59 EST
- Daytrader by Juergen Weber on January 12 2010 11:05 EST
- SPECjEnterprise2010 is not a descendent of DayTrader by Andrew Spyker on January 12 2010 11:10 EST
- There is no "JEE" by Bill Shannon on March 30 2010 23:39 EDT
I see on the front page a sentence that looks like the meat of the post, but its not there in the article. Did you happen to mix the short and long forms of the article?
All, You'll see my announcement and commentary on the first publish to this benchmark showing WebSphere's leadership here: WebSphere Community Blog
Is that benchmark a descendant of Apache Daytrader? http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC20/daytrader.html Daytrader is also incorporated into the new Dacapo versions: http://www.dacapo-bench.org/ Dacapo gives quite a good bench of the VM/machine combinations.
They are not related in any way.
I am new to SPECjEnterprise2010 and i was wondering how can this be used to find out the system performance .As far as I understood , it is a application which will be run in JavaEE 5 onward and will be able to give the complete system performance output .
Please tell me how to use this and tell me how much effort will be required to learn this tool.
Jack, haven't we been through this before? Are you not paying attention?
There is no "JEE".
"JEE" is not an acceptable abbreviation for "Java EE".
Nor is "J EE".
If "Java EE" is just too much to type, please use "EE".
Please update this page to fix this error.
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