SPECjbb2015 Benchmark Result for System x3550 M5Performance Benchmark Result
Lenovo posts competitive SPECjbb2015 scores for Lenovo System x3550 M5 server.
This document summarizes the SPECjbb2015 benchmark result for the System x3550 M5 that was published on 31 March, 2016. The document lists the result, summarizes the major components of the configuration under test, and provides the link to the relevant benchmark organization’s web site for details about the result.
System x3550 M5 achieves excellent performance for SPECjbb2015
March 31, 2016 ... Lenovo has published competitive two-processor (2P) performance results for the SPECjbb2015-MultiJVM benchmark. SPECjbb2015 is a Java Business Benchmark and is the SPEC benchmark used for evaluating the performance of servers running typical Java applications.
The x3550 M5, using Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM (version 1.8.0_66) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2, achieved the following scores:
- 117,489 max jOPS
- 36,997 critical jOPS
The x3550 M5 was configured with the Intel Xeon Processor E5-2699 v4 (2.2 GHz with 55 MB L3 cache per processor—2 chips/44 cores/22 cores per chip), 256 GB of memory, Oracle Java HotSpot 64-bit Server VM, version 1.8.0_66, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2.
Optimized for big data and analytics, cloud computing, and business-critical enterprise workloads, the Lenovo System x3550 M5 two-socket 1U rack server is packed with performance and industry-leading reliability to fuel any workload. It belongs to Lenovo’s broad enterprise portfolio that spans from entry rack and tower servers to four and eight socket mission critical servers.
Lenovo servers, including the x3550 M5, have consistently achieved the highest reliability of all x86 servers in the industry. Predictive Failure Analysis and light path diagnostics facilitate easy serviceability and reduced downtime and costs. Lenovo XClarity, a best-in-class enterprise tool, helps simplify and centralize discovery, monitoring, configuration, alert handling and other management functionality over the servers’ lifecycle.
In addition, the x3550 M5 supports open industry standards, such as operating systems, networking and storage fabrics, virtualization, and system management protocols, to fit easily within existing and future data center environments.
Results referenced are current as of March 31, 2016. To view all SPECjbb results, visit http://www.spec.org.