HPE Application Tuner Express
Do you need to accelerate database performance on your Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers running Linux? The HPE Application Tuner Express optimizes Linux® application performance by loading data into memory close to the processor executing the computing instruction on multi-processor x86 based systems. The optimization reduces delays introduced when data gets stored in remote memory on other processors in the system. This software accelerator delivers Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) awareness to applications without having to change the application code at all. There is more performance benefit realized on larger socket count servers.
- Exclusive offering for use on all Hewlett Packard Enterprise branded scale-up x86 Linux servers.
- Customizable to your application with five different launch policies.
- Non-intrusive application launch design means the only change is the application start command.
Improving Application Performance for Large Linux Workloads
Internal testing has up to 60% scale-up database improvement. 
Internal testing has up to 60% scale-up database consolidation improvement. 
Internal testing showed 30% performance gain on Apache® SPARK. 
Customizable for a Wide Variety of Workloads
The HPE Application Tuner Express offers multiple different launch policies for application tuning.
Distributes the workload evenly over all processors (Round Robin) for increased performance.
Increases the load capacity on each processor (fill first).
Aligns all processes on the same node (Pack).
Increased Application Performance Benefits
The HPE Application Tuner Express performance improvement can reduce the needed cores to be licensed for applications.
Scale-up large application to meet increased demand without having to scale-out your application.
Consolidate workloads and reduce power and cooling costs.
Try Before You Buy
The HPE Application Tuner Express offers a 60-day trail kit, see the HPE Software Depot for details.
Performance comparisons on your workloads can tell you what level of acceleration to expect.
Supported on RHEL 6.5 and all follow-on RHEL 6 releases, RHEL 7.0 and all follow-on RHEL 7 releases, SLES 11sp3 and all follow-on SLES 11 releases, SLES 12 and all follow-on SLES 12 releases
 Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HPE Integrity MC990XServer shows significant OLTP performance improvement with HPE Application Tuner Express, September 2106. See https://www.hpe.com/h20195/v2/getdocument.aspx?docname=4AA6-7992ENW.
 HPE internal testing. Performance results with HPE Application Tuner Express (patent pending) on the HPE Integrity Superdome X Server were achieved with one tenant totalling 144 users (4P), two tenants totalling 288 users (8P) and four tenants totalling 576 users (16P) for a 1-to-1 mapping of users to logical CPUs. Configurations that are over-subscribed may show less performance gain. Results as of April 6, 2016.
 Results from an 8-node machine-learning cluster of 2-socket servers (8 nPars on a 16-socket HPE Integrity Superdome X Server) running the PageRank ML Benchmark with OpenJDK 8, RHEL 7.3. Results obtained on March 17, 2017 in Ft. Collins, CO.
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