Jenkins plugin for jmh. Currently it collects result files as a post-build action then publishes an index file of all results across all previous builds. This index could be consumed by d3.js to produce visualizations.
JMH can write results in a variety of formats and this plugin currently doesn't care what you use, but json is a good choice and be selected with jmh's OptionsBuilder. Be sure to write a file name which your Jenkins result pattern will match. Example code:
new OptionsBuilder() ... .resultFormat(ResultFormatType.JSON) .result(MyBench.class.getName() + ".jmh.json") .build();