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From asankha <>
Subject Re: ESB Performance Testing - Round 6
Date Fri, 31 Aug 2012 07:16:36 GMT
Hi Christian, Dan and Claus

>And the fact that they use SMX 4.3.0 which is an old release
(4.3.0/03-Mar-2011 13:25)
>Since SMX 4.4.0, 4.4.1, and 4.4.2 has been released. 

First of all I must apologize for this.. But I visited the ServiceMix download page  just now, and it
still tells me "The latest release is the ServiceMix 4.3.0 Release. We
strongly encourage all users to use this Release" - so I'm sure something
needs to be corrected somewhere..

We would really like to work with you all to define how the test suite
should be extended - like Dan said, we made some enhancements this round,
and expect to bring in JSON/REST test cases. Other transports such as
File/JMS etc would be more difficult to test - especially for performance -
but if you could propose clever ways of doing it, we'd certainly like to
include them. The only reason we do not test large messages for all
scenarios, and large numbers of messages for high concurrency levels etc, is
just to make the total test run within a decent time across all ESBs

As for the updates submitted by Christian, we will run them ASAP - and get
back to you. This was our original objective as well when we announced  Round 6 and
asked for updates from any vendors or contributors, and a chance to optimize
and fine tune the configurations before the final tests were run

We did work cooperatively with those who replied to us, and wanted to ensure
a fair benchmark that was also transparent - thus we accepted almost all of
the suggestions and enhancements that came in - and I'm sure participating
in the round helped those ESBs find out some areas where they could improve
as well, which is good.

Again, I'd like to commit that we'd like to cooperate with you on this, and
work together - to make a better, fair and transparent benchmark for ESBs!


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