Hibernate and JPA are so easy to use that you can learn the basics within 1 or 2 hours. But the problem starts as soon as you build an enterprise application. The number of users increases and you face challenging performance requirements.
That’s often the beginning of long hours of analyzing log files and asking questions on stack overflow.
But that doesn’t have to be the case.
Hibernate can easily handle the load and performance requirements of enterprise applications. I show you how to avoid some of them in this free video series.
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Part 1: Find performance issues during development
Wouldn’t it be great to find Hibernate performance issues during development and not just after you deployed your change to production?
I was struggling with these issues for quite some time until I found out how Hibernate can tell me about potential performance issues. It requires just a small change to your development configuration. I show you what you need to do in this first video.
Part 2: Fix the most common performance issue
After you learned how to find Hibernate performance issues, you obviously have to fix them. I show you how to identify and fix the most common one in the 2nd video of this series.
Part 3: An overview about caching
In the 3rd video, I give you an overview about caching with Hibernate. Caching is an interesting topic and it can be a double-edged sword. Hibernate supports 3 different caches which can either provide huge performance benefits or an overhead that slows down your application.
In the final video, I tell you more about my Hibernate Performance Tuning Online Training and how it helps you to avoid performance issues.