Sunday, February 6, 2011

Oracle UCM Benchmarking

Oracle says "The 11g version of UCM was enhanced to enable exceptional performance even when dealing with extremely large volumes of content, including ingestion rates of over one hundred million content items per day."

I have found a white paper from Oracle which can give us a sample benchmark for Oracle UCM, which is helpful for us in expecting UCM performance:

Those results are based on a physical machine with specification 2 CPU 2.33 GHz Xeon®, 16 GB RAM, and as we know processing power is matters and affecting both of performance and license cost.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, this White paper has been there for a while. However, it does not say whether files were checked into a file system or database(using FileStore Provider)
We are currently evaluating 11g but JDBC option on FileStore provider seems to be really slow. The database connection continuously times out when the file size is any bigger than 3MB (Wintel environment)

Hisham Galal said...

I thing it is using file system, also according to file store provider documentation it is preferable when content size became > 100 million. It is meant be preferable that performance will be better.

andrealmar said...

Hello my friend
I blogged about this topic a couple months ago...

But is in Portuguese hehe
http://andrealmar.wordpress.com/2010/06/08/ucm-11g-performance/

Regards and keep doing your work well as you know.

Hisham Galal said...

My friend your blog is in Brazilian :) so I am not reading it

But tell me did you do benchmarking on UCM using some tool?

andrealmar said...

Based on this paper you maybe want to do a benchmarking.

Actually, do benchmarks on UCM is a little bit "tricky"...

The results may vary according your environment...

Anonymous said...

My post is unrelated to the topic, but, still UCM related. Hopefully you can answer. Is there a way to remove the subscribe/unsubscribe function from the Content Actions dropdown in the Content Info screen?
Thanks in advance.

Hisham Galal said...

yes you can. give me a couple of days and I will post how to do it