ASP .NET Core 8 is even more performant!

by Oct 17, 2023

ASP .NET Core 8 is even more performant!

IIS used to be the default for running ASP .NET websites, but it only runs on Windows.

Then Kestrel, the small cross-platform web server voor ASP .NET Core took over.

Its competing with the fastest web servers in the world, see https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/

Every .NET version Microsoft is trying to get more performance out of Kestrel.

The improvements in .NET 7 where already big and .NET 8 brings even more to the table.

Performance Improvements in ASP.NET Core 8

People trying out the Preview are very excited. They are experiencing less warm-up time (first request response) for there websites.

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