All components of the GenHTTP webserver are optimized to use best practices such as resource bundling, caching, or compression to provide optimal performance. As these concerns are already handled by the framework, developers are allowed to focus on their actual work.
see Google PageSpeed Insights
In terms of raw HTTP protocol performance, the GenHTTP webserver is located in the middle segment compared to other server implementations, serving more than 600k requests per second. Improving the performance of the server is an ongoing task, especially since there is currently a lot of potential to be tapped.
see TechEmpower Web Framework Benchmarks
Applications developed with the GenHTTP SDK are optimized for low disk space and memory requirements. A basic application (such as this website) will consume about 30 MB of memory and 50 MB of disk space when running in Docker.
The GenHTTP webserver uses the default security mechanisms that ship with .NET. This results in a good security grade of A+ as reported by SSL Labs.
see SSL Labs Server Test