TPCx-HCI is a Benchmark for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure
The TPC Express Benchmark HCI (TPCx-HCI) benchmark measures the performance of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure clusters under a demanding database workload.
It stresses the virtualized hardware and software of converged storage, networking, and compute resources of the HCI platform.
The TPCx-HCI benchmark is based on the TPCx-V benchmark, and uses the same kit as TPCx-V, but the results of these benchmarks are not comparable.
The number of VMs is calculated differently for the two benchmarks, even on similar hardware.
The TPCx-HCI workload is database-centric and models many properties of cloud services, such as multiple VMs running at different load demand levels,
and large fluctuations in the load level of each VM. The TPCx-HCI benchmarking kit, which was developed from scratch, is a complete end-to-end kit that loads the databases,
runs the benchmark, validates the results, and even performs many of the routine audit steps.
Two unique characteristics of TPCx-HCI are:
|TPCx-HCI - Top Performance Results|
|Version 1 Results As of 24-Jun-2022 at 9:56 PM [GMT]|
|Price/tpsHCI||Watts/tpsHCI||System Availability||VMMS||Guest VM Operating System||Processor||Procs /
|Memory Size||Date Submitted|
|1||AS-1114S-WN10RT||4,790.18||49.60||NR||02/12/2021||VMware vSphere 7.0 Update 2||Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7||AMD EPYC 7713 2.0GHz, 256MB L3||4/256/512||4096 GB||12/02/2021|