Oracle performance whitepaper for Clarity 15.8.1
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Oracle performance whitepaper for Clarity 15.8.1


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We plan to migrate all our customizations to the Modern User Experience (New UX) and would like to assess how well our present Oracle DB server performs from end user experience. We are looking for a recommendation as far as Clarity 15.8.1 Oracle performance whitepapers for our future Oracle database server to plan for the migration. 

As part of this, are there details as far as the amount of users used in testing to compare against out environment?


Release : 15.8.1

Component : Clarity Databases


See the following link: Database Performance Whitepapers for 15.8.1.

  • If you are looking for a different Clarity release, click on this link and then select the applicable version from the version drop down.
  • For Modern UX specific performance details, see the section titled "New UI" in the above referenced link.
  • Regarding the amount of users used in testing, below is an excerpt from the documentation: 

Testing at a 10% concurrency rate, 2,100 virtual users represent 21,000 registered users (2,100/.10=21,000). The 10% concurrency rate is typical for peak usage times.

Additional Information

Note: The hardware information at Database Performance Whitepapers is not a sizing guide. Below are more details referenced in the documentation:

This document is not meant as a sizing guide or as a recommendation guide. Instead, it portrays possible user loads given a particular Clarity configuration. We understand that customer requirements and environments differ. The Clarity functionality that is exercised during these performance load tests may or may not match the functionality that individual companies deploy. CA does not recommend that customers acquire hardware based on this document. Instead, seek the sizing expertise of our technical preā€sales and professional services personnel. The test environments outlined in this document do not consider reporting, process engine, and background service or failover requirements.