What is TPC Benchmark E?

What is TPC Benchmark E?

Approved in February of 2007, TPC Benchmark E is an on-line transaction processing (OLTP) benchmark. TPC-E is more complex than previous OLTP benchmarks such as TPC-C because of its diverse transaction types, more complex database and overall execution structure.

What is the difference between TPC E and TPC H?

Although the underlying business model of TPC-E is a brokerage firm, the database schema, data population, transactions, and implementation rules have been designed to be broadly representative of modern OLTP systems. The TPC Benchmark-H (TPC-H) is a decision support benchmark.

What is TPC-C and how does it work?

TPC-C involves a mix of five concurrent transactions of different types and complexity either executed on-line or queued for deferred execution. It does so by exercising a breadth of system components associated with such environments, which are characterized by: TPC-C performance is measured in new-order transactions per minute.

What is TPC-DS?

TPC-DS is the de-facto industry standard benchmark for measuring the performance of decision support solutions including, but not limited to, Big Data systems. The current version is v2. It models several generally applicable aspects of a decision support system, including queries and data maintenance.

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