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SPEC JMS® 2007

The SPEC JMS® 2007 benchmark is the first industry-standard benchmark for evaluating the performance of enterprise message-oriented middleware servers based on JMS (Java Message Service). It provides a standard workload and performance metrics for competitive product comparisons, as well as a framework for in-depth performance analysis of enterprise messaging platforms.

The benchmark measures the end-to-end performance of all components that make up the application environment, including hardware, JMS server software, JVM software, database software if used for message persistence, and the system network. The benchmark provides two metrics, SPECjms2007@Horizontal for the horizontal topology and SPECjms2007@Vertical for the vertical topology.

The SPEC JMS® 2007 benchmark is available for purchase via the SPEC order form.

SPEC JMS® 2007 Retirement

The benchmark will be retired on November 23, 2016. New result submissions will be accepted through November 9, 2016. After that time, no further submissions will be accepted and support will be terminated.


Submitted Results
Results for the SPEC JMS® 2007 benchmark metrics; includes all results submitted to SPEC from licensees of the benchmark.


Press Release
Benchmark announcement day press release materials.

Benchmark Documentation

Vendor Specific Configuration Information
A page containing links to vendor sites with specific installation, configuration, and tuning information for the SPEC JMS® 2007 benchmark.