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mcollina/autocannon: fast HTTP/1.1 benchmarking tool written in Node.js
fast HTTP/1.1 benchmarking tool written in Node.js - mcollina/autocannon
benchmark  tool  nodejs  javascript 
10 hours ago by HusseinMorsy
[1806.00680] Datacenter RPCs can be General and Fast
It is commonly believed that datacenter networking software must sacrifice generality to attain high performance. The popularity of specialized distributed systems designed specifically for niche technologies such as RDMA, lossless networks, FPGAs, and programmable switches testifies to this belief. In this paper, we show that such specialization is not necessary. eRPC is a new general-purpose remote procedure call (RPC) library that offers performance comparable to specialized systems, while running on commodity CPUs in traditional datacenter networks based on either lossy Ethernet or lossless fabrics. eRPC performs well in three key metrics: message rate for small messages; bandwidth for large messages; and scalability to a large number of nodes and CPU cores. It handles packet loss, congestion, and background request execution. In microbenchmarks, one CPU core can handle up to 10 million small RPCs per second, or send large messages at 75 Gbps. We port a production-grade implementation of Raft state machine replication to eRPC without modifying the core Raft source code. We achieve 5.5 microseconds of replication latency on lossy Ethernet, which is faster than or comparable to specialized replication systems that use programmable switches, FPGAs, or RDMA.
datacenter  networking  performance  benchmark  comp-sci  research  paper 
yesterday by jabley
jsPerf - JavaScript performance playground
jsPerf aims to provide an easy way to create and share test cases, comparing the performance of different JavaScript snippets by running benchmarks.
javascript  performance  jsperf  test  benchmark  tools 
2 days ago by jonlabelle
Benchmarking Go vs Node vs Elixir
In this benchmark test, we compare three web application servers—Go, Node, and Elixir (Cowboy)—by subjecting each to a synthetic workload, first with 10k, and later with 100k connections.
elixir  benchmark  golang  nodejs 
14 days ago by geetarista

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