GraalVM 20.3 Released With Many Small Performance Optimizations
With GraalVM CE 20.3 there is an optimization for faster startup times of Java workloads with very short iterations by eliminating/delaying class loading from libgraal, better container awareness on Linux with its native image code, improved support for isolated compilation where applications and the runtime compiler are separate, and the never-ending performance work.
GraalVM Community Edition 20.3 has "many small performance optimizations" along with work on lowering its memory footprint. There are also several new engine flags and other minor additions. GraalVM's LLVM toolchain has been updated against LLVM 10.0.
The lengthy list of GraalVM 20.3 changes can be found via GraalVM.org. The community edition builds of this new GraalVM release can be found via GitHub.