For all attending TheServerSide Symposium in Prague. I will present on JPA Frameworks details relevant to O/R Mapper Performance. This talk is an extension to my blog posts on Hibernate caching. As an appetizer the session abstract:
Persistence frameworks or object/relational mappers have become a central part in today’s application architectures. While they make development easier, they can also be the cause of inefficient code and performance and scalability problems. Misuse of persistence frameworks is one of the top reasons today for inefficient software.
This session addresses the most important issues in using these frameworks, like loading behavior and caching, and looks into the inner workings of Hibernate, eclipseLink and openJPA. Live samples are presented and analyzed together with the audience.