Welcome to the Node.js benchmarks page. This page/data is maintained by the benchmarking working group.
The Benchmark working group's purpose is to gain consensus for an agreed set of benchmarks that can be used to:
- track and evangelize performance gains made between Node releases
- avoid performance regressions between releases
Benchmarks are currently run daily and the updated results published on this page in order to provide visibility and to encourage contributors to look for possible regressions after their commits go in.
If you are interested in benchmarks and would like to help out please join the benchmarking workgroup by raising a pull request on the repo asking to be added, or simply feel free to attend the next meeting or raise/comment on issues.