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Version: ZIO 2.x

Performance

ZIO is a high-performance framework that is powered by non-blocking fibers (virtual threads under Loom).

ZIO's core execution engine minimizes allocations and automatically cancels all unused computation. All data structures included with ZIO are high-performance and non-blocking, and to the maximum extent possible on the JVM, non-boxing.

The benchmarks project has a variety of benchmarks that compare the performance of ZIO with other similar projects in the Scala and Java ecosystems, demonstrating 2-100x faster performance in some cases.

Benchmarks to compare the performance of HTTP, GraphQL, RDMBS, and other ZIO integrations can be found in those respective projects.