Renaissance is a modern, open, and diversified benchmark suite for the JVM, aimed at testing JIT compilers, garbage collectors, profilers, analyzers and other tools.
Renaissance is a benchmarking suite that contains a range of modern workloads, comprising of various popular systems, frameworks and applications made for the JVM.
Renaissance benchmarks exercise a range of programming paradigms, including concurrent, parallel, functional and object-oriented programming.
Renaissance is completely open source, with the code available at GitHub, and is designed as part of an ongoing, collaborative effort to determine a set of modern JVM benchmarks.
The paper presented at PLDI'19 explains the motivations behind the Renaissance suite, as well as a detailed analysis of the individual benchmarks.