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Performance tips in Persistance in the enterprise book

 
yp patel
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Hi,

Does this book discuss various performance overheads issues with using Hibernate or JPA? - i.e. do we get more out of the ORM frameworks using it in the enterprise container etc.

Cheers,

Y
 
Paul Sturrock
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JPA is a standard. Technically, it won't have performance issues itself, though the various implementations may.
 
Geoff Hambrick
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We don't include performance measurements as a basis of comparison, but we do include features of each framework that enable you to tune it.

Ok then, Geoff
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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And of course, the true performance question is how quickly your developers can perform with the technology. An application that never makes it to deployment is the most under performing application of them all.

Once in production, you can always throw more hardware at your system. That's what we always did at Big Blue.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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