Database access benchmarks for use in web-frameworks - How does Ruby compare?

Good afternoon,

I’m building a large e-commerce site, and it is very important that
what I write can:

  • Handle large server loads
  • Deliver pages quickly
  • Make transactions quickly

as well as have a small development time (i.e. pre-built modules for
e-commerce are available, and are extendible).

Are there recent accessible statistics available, comparing these
metrics across the most popular web-frameworks? (i.e. Symfony, DJango,
Rails, ASP.NET &etc)

Thanks for all suggestions,

Alec T.

On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 11:21 AM, Alec T. [email protected]
wrote:

Are there recent accessible statistics available, comparing these
metrics across the most popular web-frameworks? (i.e. Symfony, DJango,
Rails, ASP.NET &etc)

Did you by any chance post a similar question to mailing lists for
other web frameworks you refer to? If so, could you supply a pointer
to those discussions? I am quite curious what the opinions are about
this question on the lists of other web frameworks.

Thanks,

Peter

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