High-Performance Java Persistence
Get the most out of your data access layer
Want to run your data access layer at high speeds?
- 1Database Essentials
Do you know how a relational database systems works behind the scenes?
Do you know how the JDBC Driver executes statements and how you can configure it to boost application performance?
- 3JPA and Hibernate
Adding JPA and Hibernate annotations is fairly easy. But, do you know the performance implications of each JPA or Hibernate feature your application makes heavy use of?
Mach 3 Video Course
11 Video Course Modules (50 videos – 10 hours and 50 minutes)
- Data Access Stack (11:14)
- GitHub Repository (5:03)
- Logging SQL Statements (12:48)
- Schema Management (7:42)
- Integration Testing with Docker (8:28)
- Connection Management and Hibernate Connection Providers (12:02)
- Hibernate Connection Lifecycle (8:11)
- Connection Monitoring (13:56)
- Hibernate Statistics (8:29)
Types and Identifiers
- JPA and Hibernate Types (7:31)
- Custom Hibernate Types (7:25)
- The hibernate-types project (7:18)
- JPA and Hibernate Identifiers (15:21)
- Hibernate Identifier Optimizers (8:18)
- JPA and Hibernate Relationships (8:54)
- Equals and Hashcode (7:47)
- ManyToOne and OneToMany (13:24)
- OneToOne (12:34)
- ManyToMany (9:28)
- JPA Inheritance Basics (7:28)
- Single Table Inheritance (14:51)
- Discriminator Column (10:24)
- Joined Inheritance (06:50)
- Table Per Class Inheritance (7:29)
- Mapped Superclass Inheritance (6:26)
Persistence Context and Flushing
- Persistence Context and Flushing Basics (9:12)
- Action Queue (7:44)
- The AUTO FlushModeType (11:17)
- Dirty Checking Mechanism (9:40)
- Bytecode Enhancement Dirty Checking (8:15)
- Statement Lifecycle and Execution Plans (15:58)
- Statement Caching (13:35)
- Statement Batching (11:52)
- Statement Batching Cascade Operations (6:37)
- Batching Update Operations (5:16)
- SQL Injection (5:04)
- Statement Fetch Size (5:27)
- Result Set Size (11:29)
- JPA Query Projection (13:38)
- Hibernate Query Projection (11:55)
- Fetching Entities (10:29)
- Fetching Associations (16:05)
- Introduction (25:49)
- ACID (60:16)
- Pessimistic Locking (19:27)
- Optimistic Locking (23:26)
- Database Caching (32:18)
- Application-Level Caching (23:57)
- Second-Level Cache Basics (16:37)
- Second-Level Cache Concurrency Strategies (34:23)
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I firmly believe you will get a lot of value out of this video course, and that it can help you optimize a data access layer that barely crawls so that it can ultimately run both effectively and efficiently.
However, if you are unsatisfied with your purchase, you can contact us in the first 30 days, and we will give you a full refund.
What People Are Saying...
a wonderful journey into the world of Java and databases
“With High-Performance Java Persistence Mach 1, Vlad takes us on a wonderful journey into the world of Java and databases.
We start with the JDBC fundamentals and work piece by piece into the layers of Hibernate.
With videos, slides and a huge repository, Vlad guides us through the pitfalls of the different technologies and gives us lots of tips and tricks on our way that you would not find elsewhere.
From a software developer’s perspective, I highly recommend High-Performance Java Persistence Mach 1. And best of all: the journey continues with Mach 2.”
Jean-Claude Brantschen (Software Engineer)
excellent addition to the ebooK
“I found the High-Performance Java Persistence video course to be a comprehensive training and an excellent addition to the ebook.
It is an effective way to get to the next stage of JPA knowledge.”
Zenko Turek (Technical Architect)
Thanks a ton for the video series
“Thanks a ton for the video series, Vlad Mihalcea.
Not only this video course equips you to undertake day-to-day work, but it provides understanding and compliments you with reasons of what JPA means.”
Amitabh Mandal (Senior Analyst)
you can't have a better teacher for tuning your application's data access layer
“With Vlad as one of the main Hibernate contributors, you can't have a better teacher for tuning your application's data access layer.
I can totally recommend this course as Vlad has great teaching skills and perfectly mixes theoretical input with running code examples.”
Philip Riecks (Java Software Engineer - Scout24)
Thank you for your High Performance java persistence Video CoursE
“I was dealing with some persistence issues in my projects, some about performance, others about the Hibernate way of working.
This course not only that it gave me the knowledge to solve those issues but open my mind about Java Persistence in general and provided me with more in-depth insight about how Hibernate works behind the scenes.
I'm fully satisfied with the course, so I highly recommend it.”
Miguel Angel González (Software Technical Architect, DevOps engineer)
The Best Way To Map Data With JPA And Hibernate
Batch Processing Best Practices With JPA And Hibernate
Database, Application, And Hibernate Caching Best Practices
Transactions and Concurrency Control Patterns
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Why should I buy this course instead of any other?
The author of this video course is a Java Champion and a top committer to the Hibernate project. After years of answering questions on StackOverflow and the Hibernate forum, the author has identified the most common application performance problems software developers bump into while interacting with relational databases.