TPC-VMS

TPC-VMS is a Data Virtualization Benchmark
Introduced in 2012, the TPC Virtual Measurement Single System Specification (TPC-VMS) leverages the TPC-C, TPC-E, TPC-H and TPC-DS Benchmarks by adding the methodology and requirements for running and reporting performance metrics for virtualized databases. The intent of TPC-VMS is to represent a Virtualization Environment where three database workloads are consolidated onto one server. Test sponsors choose one of the four benchmark workloads (TPC-C, TPC-E, TPC-H, or TPC-DS) and runs one instance of that benchmark workload in each of the 3 virtual machines (VMs) on the system under test. The 3 virtualized databases must have the same attributes, e.g. the same number of TPC-C warehouses, the same number of TPC-E Load Units, or the same TPC-DS or TPC-H scale factors. The TPC-VMS Primary Performance Metric is the minimum value of the three TPC Benchmark Primary metrics for the TPC Benchmarks run in the Virtualization Environment.

Specification
  • The current TPC-VMS specification can be found on the TPC Documentation Webpage.
  • Note 1:The TPC-VMS Specification leverages the TPC-C, TPC-E, TPC-H and TPC-DS Benchmarks by adding the methodology and requirements for running and reporting virtualization metrics. TPC-VMS defines four new benchmarks that are neither comparable to each other nor to the base benchmarks from which they are derived. The primary metric reported as defined by TPC-VMS is in the form of VMS "performance" where the performance units are specific by each TPC Benchmark, e.g. VMStpmC, VMStpsE, VMSQphH or VMSQphDS. There is no requirement, intended or implied, to publish a Result of the TPC Benchmark used as the basis for the TPC-VMS Result.
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Results
TPC-VMStpsE - Top Performance Results
Version 1 Results   As of 9-Dec-2019 at 3:08 PM  [GMT]


Results displayed with a grey background are Historical Results, which might not be up to date with regards to pricing and/or availability of HW or SW.
Rank Company System Performance
(VMStpsE)
Price/VMStpsE Watts/VMStpsE System Availability VMMS VM1 DBMS VM1 Operating System Processors / Cores /
Threads
Date Submitted
  HP Proliant DL380p Gen8 Intel®Xeon®E5-2697v2 C/S with 1 Proliant DL360 G7  718.12  648 USD   NR  04/14/2014  VMware vSphere 5.5  Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Enterprise Edition  Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard Edition  2/24/48  4/14/2014 
  HP Proliant DL385p Gen8 AMD Opteron(tm) 6386SE Processor C/S with 1 Proliant DL360 G7  457.55  571 USD   NR  09/30/2013  VMware vSphere 5.5  Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Enterprise Edition SP1  Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard Edition  2/32/32  08/26/2013 

'NR' in the Watts/VMStpsE column indicates that no energy data was reported for that benchmark.