I am working on a project that requires me to build an asynchronous serving solution which is able to manage concurrency natively and easily. This requires me to be able to specify things like thread level parallelism out of the box. But also, it requires me not to be bogged down by an overhead of details to be specified. I went through a bunch of solutions and talks that aim to provide this out of the box. In the next few series of posts I hope to evaluate some of these solutions cursorily in a more generic way. Micro-benchmarking mentioned in the earlier Google Benchmarking may not be the best way but in the absence of an alternative this might just be the best way possible.
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