NodeJS 6.0.0 Release. We tested it

With the recent release of NodeJS 6.0, we decided to take a nosey and see how it performs compared to older versions of Node. As before, we’ve followed the same pattern – Ubuntu VM running AB pushing a large number of requests (100 concurrent connections) into the Raygun API to see how many requests per second it copes with – usual disclaimers apply – these numbers relate only to this one blog post, they don’t aim to be a complete overview of how well NodeJS performs.

Read more about NodeJS 6.0.0 Release. We tested it at https://raygun.com/blog/2016/05/nodejs-6-0-test/?ref=ginktage

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