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Spring Persistence with Hibernate : about optimizations

 
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Paul Fisher wrote:we felt deserved more attention and that are important when it comes to building real-world, scalable applications.


What about optimizations under heavy loading ? I mean, in situations where the number of records which needs to be read is high.
 
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Hi Christophe,

Our book also covers strategies for building applications can handle heavy load. Obviously, this doesn't break down to a single topic, but we focus on important scalability concepts, such as caching techniques, load-testing approaches, managing concurrent updates, clustering, querying optimizations, lazy loading, and more. Many of these topics covered in our book are based on our own experiences designing, deploying, and maintaining high-volume websites.

I hope this helps, and thanks for your question.

Best Regards,

Paul Tepper Fisher, author, Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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It sounds like your book is the kind of book developers would like to have on their desks at work
 
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