JPA and Hibernate make it easy to persist an entity or to load one by id. But for most projects, that's not enough.
You need to dynamically create complex queries at runtime, map inheritance hierarchies to database tables, persist new Java 8 classes, manage concurrency and sometimes you even need to support multiple tenants.
Hibernate and JPA are easy to use. But the problem starts as soon as you build an enterprise application. The number of users increases and you face challenging performance requirements.
But that doesn't have to be the case.
Hibernate can easily handle the load and performance requirements of enterprise applications. You just have to know how and when to use some of the advanced features.
It’s good to know the different techniques you can use to build a high-performance persistence layer with Hibernate. But what about existing applications? How do you find and fix existing performance problems?
Over the recent years, I developed a process that helps me to find and fix the most common performance problems quickly.
As a bonus to the Hibernate Performance Tuning Online Training, I want to share my process with you. It shows you step by step which questions you should ask, which statistics to check and which actions to take to find and fix performance problems in an existing application.
Performance isn't something that you can easily add in a later iteration of your project. You need to work on it as early as possible.
In the best case, you start thinking about performance when you implement your entities.
There are several things you should do and not do when you implement a new entity. This checklist helps you to avoid the most common pitfalls and so that you don't have to worry about them when you deploy your application to production.
Watch only the videos and study on your own or use your new knowledge in exercises and join me and other students in the community or discuss detailed questions in a consulting call.
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The code examples are based on Hibernate ORM 5 but you can also use most of the features with Hibernate 4.3.
Sure! This is the lecture about Hibernate's 1st level cache. It's one of the 3 different caching options I show you in the Hibernate Performance Tuning Online Training.
You should be familiar with Java, of course ;-) and have at least some basic knowledge of Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMSs) and SQL.
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You get life-time access to all lectures, example projects, exercises and handouts.
The access to the community forum and the coaching calls expires after 6 months
The Self-Study package includes PDFs with the slides used in the lecture videos. You can download the slides for the 1st Level Cache lecture of the Hibernate Performance Tuning Online Training here.
The extensive handout included in the Full and Premium Training packages combine the slides with a transcript. You can download the handout for the 1st Level Cache lecture of the Hibernate Performance Tuning Online Training here.
Yes, you need to be familiar with basic Hibernate concepts and annotations. This training will focus on advanced features and will not provide a basic introduction to Hibernate ORM.
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