[erlang-questions] Getting erlang represented in framework benchmark

Gleb Peregud <>
Sat Mar 30 13:23:38 CET 2013


> It would be much more interesting to see benchmarks that evaluate response
> latency or maximum number of concurrent connections. Or a combination of
> both. That's where Erlang will really shine.
>
> Requests/s is boring (and absolutely doesn't mean one server is faster than
> another!), especially with keep-alive. As I mentioned in my talk in SF,
> requests/s benchmarks weren't able to show any performance increase in
> recent Cowboy versions, despite production nodes being able to handle 2
> times more traffic than older versions.

https://github.com/TechEmpower/FrameworkBenchmarks/issues/36

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