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ECperfA Java EE benchmark from Sun for measuring the performance of EJB containers. It is designed to measure internal functions such as memory management, connection pooling and caching, rather than the graphical interface or database I/O. The ECperf workload focuses on manufacturing, supply chain management and order/inventory processing. Results are measured in Benchmark Business Operations Per Minute (BBops/min), which is the combination of the total number of customer transactions and manufacturing workorders processed in one minute. See Java EE.
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is the official performance benchmark that was created through the Java Community Process(SM) program, the open community-based process for developing Java(TM) technology specifications, to test the scalability and performance of Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE(TM)) application servers.