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Criteria/Vendor Criteria Weighting (1 Sun Solaris 2.

9 Egenera pBlade
(each criteria, for each vendor is given a low importance - 5 Sunfire v480
score of 1-poor to 5-high) high importance)

INFRASTRUCTURE COSTS
HBA Unit Cost 1 5 1
SAN Port Unit Cost 1 1 1
SAN Cable Unit Cost 1 1 1
NIC Unit Cost 1 1 1
Network Port Unit Cost 1 1 1
Network Cable Cost 1 1 3
KVM Port Cost 1 1 2
KVM Cabling 1 1 2
Scalability (cost to increase capacity) 5 1

SYSTEMS ADMIN - Operational Expense


Hardware administration 2 3 5
Training costs 2 2 2
Effort to increase capacity 3 5

REAL ESTATE AND POWER


Cost/KWh 1 1 2
# Cables and Ports/U 2 1 3
U/Rack 2 1 3
SQ FT/Rack 2 2 4
Monthly Cost ($/SQ FT) 2 1 4

ANNUAL PORT
Annual Network Per Port 2 1 1
Annual SAN Per Port 2 1 1

MAINTENANCE
HW Maint (%List) 3
Software/OS Maint (% List) 5
Replace/Recover Failed Drives 1
Replace/Recover Failed Fiber Cards 2
Replace/Recover Faulty Memory/CPU 3
Implementation costs (Prof. Svcs, CTG hours) 5
Fault-Tolerance (local failure) 5
DR recoverability time 5

CONFIGURATION TIME
Frame/Chassis (min/chassis) 1
Server (min/server) 1
Fibre (min/cable) 1
Network (min/cable) 1
Serial (min/cable) 1
Power (min/cable) 1
Software (min/package) 1
SAN Configuration (min/HBA) 2
Equipment costs 4
MTTF 3

Sub-Total 70

TOTAL SCORE: 70 “weights”


X
5 possible pnts per
criteria
350 total points
possible
Criteria/Vendor (each Criteria Sun Solaris Redhat Linux
criteria, for each vendor is given a score of 1-poor to 5-high) Weighting (1 Enterprise Server
low
importance -
5 high
importance)
Capabilities
Application support 4
Reliability 5

System administration commands and utilities 3


Administering devices and peripherals 3
Methods of installing the operating system 2
Administering software packages and patches 3
Managing user accounts 1
Managing file systems 1
Volume Manager ( Disk Suite or Veritas ) 3
Managing system processes 4
System security 5
Setting up and administering roles 3
Administration Console 1
System monitoring and tuning 4
System Backup and recovery 5
Networked file systems (NFS) 2
Reporting options 3

Scheduling options 2
Cost of Licensing 4
Training Costs 2
Installation effort 3
Low-level OS Administration
Sub-Total 63
TOTAL SCORE: 74 “weights”
X
5 possible pnts
per criteria

315 total points


possible
Criteria/Vendor (each Criteria BEA Weblogic JBOSS 4.02
criteria, for each vendor is given a score of 1-poor to 5-high) Weighting (1 Server 6.1
low
importance -
5 high
importance)

Capabilities
Support 3
Documentation 2
Developer Forums 1
Websites 1
Installation 3
Install Process 2
Configuration/Customization 3
Deployments 4
Hot deployment support 3
Performance 1
Eclipse IDE Integration 4
Security Management 3
Active Directory Integration 3
Management Console 2
Ease of Configuration 2
Out of the box instrumentation/performance metrics/etc. 2
Extensibility 3
Clustering/Load Balancing/Failover Support (if possible) 4
Core Server / JVM / Memory Issues 2
EJB 3
JCA / WTC / Connectors 1
JDBC / Database / Drivers 4
JMS Troubleshooting 5
JSP / Servlet 2
Persistence 2
JAAS 1
JTA / JTS / Transactions 3
Proxy Plugins 2
Security / Authentication 2
WebServices 1
HTTP Session Replication Failures 4
HTTP Load Balance Problems in Cluster Using Proxy Plug-in 3
JDBC Multipool Issues 3
Recompilation of Precompiled JSP 2
Investigating Transaction Problems 2
SSL 2
Product Lifecycle 2
Transaction Response Time 3
Throughput 3
Errors Per Second 2
CPU / Memory Utilization 3
Logging 2
Reporting 2
Cost of Support 4
Cost of Licensing - Application Server 4
Cost vs. Performance 4

Sub-Total 119
TOTAL SCORE: 119 “weights”
X
5 possible pnts
per criteria

595 total points


possible

JDK
EJB
JSP
JMS
J2EE Licensed
J2EE Certified
Criteria/Vendor Criteria Sun Solaris RH Enterprise HPUX Sybase Egenera Blade
(each criteria, for each vendor is given a score of 1-poor to 5-high) Weighting (1 low Oracle Server 3 & Oracle Sybase
importance - 5
high importance)

Assumptions
§ Definition of high level requirements and tasks, which may include
o Identification of workload characteristics
o Review of capacity planning methods
o Stress test of selected application and database architecture
o Identification of performance tuning recommendations
o Identification of scalability risks
§ Documentation of existing system baseline

Capabilities
Large Table (10+ million rows) Queries 5
High Complex Queries 5
Index Build Times 4
Load/Unload Tables from Flat Files 3
Multi-User Long Running Queries 4
Large Number of Concurrent User Queries 3
Auditing Impact 3
Backup Timings 3
Poor Man's Replication 4
Environment Refresh 3
Ease of Recovery 3
Point in Time Recovery 5
Abnormal Recovery 5

Sub-Total 50
TOTAL SCORE: 50 “weights”
X
5 possible pnts
per criteria
250 total points
possible