The SPECjbb2013 benchmark has been developed from the ground up to measure performance based on the latest Java* application features. It is relevant to all audiences who are interested in Java server performance, including Java virtual machine (JVM) vendors, hardware developers, Java application developers, researchers, and members of the academic community.
Intel estimated result as of April 2014
SPECjbb* 2013 configurations
Baseline configuration: Intel® C206 chipset-based server platform with one Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1280 (8M cache, 3.5 GHz, quad-core); 32 GB memory (4 x 8 GB DDR3-1333 UDIMM); 64 GB SATA SSD; Intel® Turbo Boost Technology enabled, Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology) enabled; Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 6.3, Oracle Java HotSpot* JDK1.7.0_17. Source: Intel internal measurements as of May 6, 2013. Multi JVM score: 11,208 max-jOPS.
Previous configuration: HP ProLiant* ML310e Gen8 with one Intel Xeon processor E3-1280 v2 (8M cache, 3.6 GHz, quad-core); 32 GB memory (4 x 8 GB DDR3-1600 DIMM); 1 x 500 GB 7200 RPM SATA, HP Power Profile* Maximum Performance; SATA AHCI support-enabled; thermal configuration: maximum cooling; collaborative power control disabled; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3; Oracle Java Hotspot JDK 1.7.0_15. Source: Highest scoring Intel Xeon processor E3-1280 v2-based system published on spec.org as of May 6, 2014.
Multi JVM score: 12,453 max-jOPS.
New configuration: Supermicro 813M-3* with one Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1281 v3 (8M cache, 3.7 GHz, quad-core); 32 GB memory (4x 8 GB DDR3-1600 ECC UDIMM); Intel® SSD 240 GB, SATA; Intel Turbo Boost Technology enabled; Intel HT Technology enabled; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5; Oracle Java HotSpot 64 bit Server VM, version JRE 1.8.0-b132. Source: Intel internal measurements as of April 2014. Multi JVM score: 15,589 max-jOPS.
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