Right now, when you send Bytecode to GremlinServer, it will convert the bytecode to a traversal either via Java reflection (Gremlin-Java) or script engine evaluation (e.g. Gremlin-Groovy, Gremlin-Python).
We should see how fast the process is to go from Bytecode to Traversal and if its "slow" we should create a Map<Bytecode,Traversal>-cache in GremlinServer.
The reasons it may be "slow" are:
1. JavaTranslator uses Java reflection to translate bytecode to traversal and that code is a little "thick" and either should be optimized (if possible) or, instead, bytecode/traversal translations should be cached.
2. Groovy/PythonTranslator uses string construction to generate a script from the bytecode. While that script may be cached, it would be good if we have a cache prior to that which simply just grabs the traversal from a bytecode cache.
I think that we will definitely want a cache as it should make things fast, but it will be good to know how much faster prior to diving into such work.