Two new performance reports for CLM 4.0.4

Timed with the release of CLM 4.0.4, two new performance reports are posted on the Deployment wiki. These are part of Rational development and the Rational Performance Engineering team’s plan to release relevant and useful reports more frequently.

Collaborative Lifecycle Management performance report: RTC 4.0.4 release compares the 4.0.4 release to the previous 4.0.3 release. The performance goals are to verify that there are no performance regressions between the 4.0.4 and 4.0.3 releases when running tests using the 1100-1200 concurrent user workload as described. The report shows similar throughput for the 4.0.4 release and nmon data comparing 4.0.3 and 4.0.4 show similar CPU, memory and disk utilization on application server. The database shows similar CPU and disk utilization, but higher memory utilization.

Collaborative Lifecycle Management performance report: RRC 4.0.4 release compares the 4.0.4 release with the prior 4.0.3 release to verify there are no performance regressions using the 400-user workload as described. The report shows that there are several actions in 4.0.4 which are faster than in 4.0.3.

More reports are coming, so keep an eye on the Performance datasheets and sizing guidelines page.