OpenJDK 14 Has Some Performance Improvements But OpenJDK 8 Still Strong
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 20 March 2020. Page 3 of 5. 45 Comments

With the Java Bork file encryption package the performance was basically flat across the tested versions.

With DaCapo's H2 benchmark that is modeled as a JDBCbench-like in-memory benchmark is one of the areas the performance has improved nicely since OpenJDK 8. OpenJDK 14 had a narrow first place finish over the previous releases.

The Jython benchmark meanwhile based on Python's Pybench was one of many cases where OpenJDK 8 had the fastest result.

The Tradebeans test that is running a daytrader benchmark saw OpenJDK 14 picking up another narrow victory.

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