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(a) Java Virtual Machine Benchmark: Server and client side Java with mixed suites:
These measurements are using a Server and client Side Java* internal workload which is very similar to SPECjvm2008* in stressing the different components as well as following methodology of mixing several suites of small workloads and calculating an aggregated throughput metric for full system capacity as “ops/sec”.
(b) Java Business Benchmark 1: Server side Java measuring throughput with scaling:
These measurements are using a Server Side Java* internal workload which is very similar to SPECjbb2005* in stressing the different components as well as increasing the load for scaling by adding threads in increment of one and determining full system capacity throughput metric “ops/sec”.
(c) Java Business Benchmark 2: Server side Java measuring throughput and response time with graduated load levels:
These measurements are using a Server Side Java* middleware internal workload which is very similar to SPECjbb2015* in stressing the different components as well as following methodology for metrics calculation by measuring full system capacity “max ops/sec” and a response time SLA bound throughput “SLA passing ops/sec”.
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