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priteshusadadiya profile image Pritesh Usadadiya ・1 min read

I stumbled upon a very interesting study of measuring the performance of various frameworks.

Amount of data gathered on various frameworks running with different configurations is astonishing.

https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/#section=data-r17&hw=ph&test=fortune&l=y44ozj-1

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I understand some but most of things are going around my head 😌 β›Ÿ. It would be very useful to me and the community if anyone πŸ˜‡ can shed more light into this..

Cheers πŸ™

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Hi Pritesh, can you explain which parts you don't understand? This way it's easier to help.

The website is a collection of open source benchmarks, that people contribute to. They test both on the cloud (Amazon EC2) and on physical hardware.

It's a very elaborate pipeline that runs those tests and then publishes the results.

 

Hi @rhymes , thanks for the comment and github link :) . i was able to find detailed TechEmpower Framework Benchmarks (TFB) Documentation. i will go through it, and once done,will ask if i get stuck.

 

The only light I would shed is people get way too obsessed with this kind of thing.

It is very rare for the performance bottleneck of a server to be down to a framework; 99% of the time they're all fast enough.