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The jmh is a Java harness for building, running, and analysing nano/micro/macro benchmarks written in Java and other languages targeting the JVM.
Last Release on May 3, 2017
A framework for writing performance micro-benchmarks using JUnit4 annotations.
Last Release on Aug 7, 2013
Caliper: Microbenchmarking Framework for Java
Last Release on Mar 6, 2015
ContiPerf is an open source testing utility that enables the user to easily convert JUnit 4 test cases into performance tests.
Last Release on Sep 25, 2014
Speed4j is a basic performance analysis library for Java which allows you to insert stopwatches into your codebase and turn them on or off as you need.
Last Release on Oct 20, 2013
Last Release on Nov 10, 2016
Perfidix comes as a light-weight Java Benchmarking Tool which allows to make simple measurements of source code without installing heavy profilers or using special IDEs. Perfidix comes as a simple jar which has to be included in the classpath. Methods which should be benched are annotated similar to JUnit testcases. With these simple modifications fast evaluation and real-time measurements can be made with existing source code without adapting the program.
Last Release on Dec 9, 2013