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Imagine having a tool that can automatically detect if you are using JPA and Hibernate properly.
Hypersistence Optimizer supports a wide range of Hibernate versions (e.g. 5.4, 5.3, 5.2, 5.1, 5.0, 4.3, 4.2, 4.1, 3.6, 3.5, 3.3).
Hypersistence Optimizer checks your JPA and Hibernate data access layer and provides you tips about how you can optimize it.
Hypersistence Optimizer can save you a lot of time that, otherwise, you'd have to spend on figuring out why your application is barely crawling.
So, assuming you have the following JPA entity.
Hypersistence Optimizer will detect the default EAGER fetching strategy used by the many-to-one association.
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IT REALLY PAYS OFF WHEN IT COMES TO ANALYZING COMPLEX APPLICATIONS
“For architectures that are difficult to manage, it quickly provides clues for further analysis.
This is a huge help both when setting up a new implementation and when optimizing a legacy application.”
Kevin Peters (Software Engineer - codecentric AG)
Hypersistence Optimizer is like pair programming with Vlad
“Let's face it, JPA and Hibernate are very powerful but not simple tools. Even experienced developers make mistakes that may result in very heavy database queries, dramatically lowering overall application performance.
Hypersistence Optimizer feels like an additional team member - a JPA expert that is there to help and show how can you optimize your mappings and configurations before you ship them to production.”
Maciej Walkowiak (Freelance Tech Lead)
With this tool, you CAN book Vlad's in-depth JPA and Hibernate knowledge as a service
“Knowing all JPA and Hibernate pitfalls is hard. But, with the Hypersistence Optimizer, you can automate the process of finding JPA and Hibernate code smells in your application.”
Philip Riecks (Java Software Engineer - Scout24)
Hypersistence Optimizer will significantly improve the overall performance of your Data Access Layer
“I have been using Hypersistence Optimizer to identify performance issues of one of our enterprise applications
that's using Hibernate ORM. The application was struggling with all sorts of performance issues due to a badly implemented Data Access Layer.
Surprisingly, Hypersistence Optimizer identified all the performance issues in our Hibernate mappings and configurations, highlighting the problematic areas and recommending various fixes. A senior developer would have taken weeks to identify and fix all these issues.
While testing the trial version, I stumbled on a configuration issue and reached out to Vlad to help us integrating Hypersistence Optimizer. We have received the response in less than an hour.
Therefore, I would highly recommend this product and support to anyone, who is struggling with Hibernate persistence issues. Hypersistence Optimizer is the perfect tool when it comes to fixing issues in your Hibernate Data Access Layer”
Jayaprakash Ramakrishnan (Senior Technical Architect - Sopra Steria)
I firmly believe you will get a lot of value out of this project, 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.
Trying out @vlad_mihalcea 's @Hypersistence optimizer is a must have for Hibernate users.— Nándor Holozsnyák (@TheRealHNK) March 15, 2020
I'm using the Trial and it can show you small and BIG problems in your project. Criticals were known by me too but a few other stuff got resolved 🙂 I'm planning to buy the full version. pic.twitter.com/iEOZLX7z22
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Recently I got the chance to evaluate and review @vlad_mihalcea's @Hypersistence project. With this tool, you'll be able to book Vlad's in-depth Hibernate knowledge as a service: VaaS 😅— Philip Riecks (@rieckpil) December 19, 2019
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Hypersistence Optimizer 2.2 has been released!