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Does That Look 100x?

I came across an interesting open source project called XCF (standing for XML Communication Framework), and it has benchmarked VTD-XML vs XOM, Xerces DOM and Xerces SAX, and some binary data format. The results consistently show that VTD-XML is not just faster, but faster by a huge margin. In fact, any performance sensitive XML applications without using VTD-XML is pretty much unusable. That kind of makes you wonder what kind of performance one gets from buying all those expensive Progress, Oracle and IBM ESBs. 
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For the complete test analysis and results, please visit

https://code.ai.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/trac/xcf/wiki/Evaluation

VTD-XML Blog is back!!

For some mysterious reasons, vtd-xml’s original blog just got pulled by google. But now it is back in full force. Stay Tuned. There will be a lot of articles on VTD-XML coming.

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