I had to do a little hello world benchmark on the performance of Boomla dynamically serving a simple
hi response as plain text. I did that because a new feature forced me to improve the way data is passed across execution contexts and I was curious.
Needless to say I'm quite happy with the result, especially that the system is still not optimized for that. There is still lots of room for improvement.
8 core AMD FX-8350, 8 threads
tested on the same machine via Apache Bench
The test results seemed roughly stable across repetitive executions, I have shared the lowest number.
The following script was executed in the
For those interested in seeing the raw output: