Boost Your Hibernate and Application Performance by Greg Luck

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ABSTRACT: Boost Your Hibernate and Application Performance

We will walk through the Spring Pet Clinic as an application example and show you how to tune it for maximum performance, both when using Hibernate and when caching result sets directly.

We will show you from our own benchmarking tests the comparative application performance of Ehcache EX 1.8 versus MySQL, Memcached and a leading In-Memory Data Grid, including the impressive performance increases from the latest Terracotta 3.2 Server Array.

We will also discuss some upcoming features in Ehcache 2.0 such as JTA, Bulk Loading, the new HIbernate 3.3 provider and Write-Behind.

Greg Luck founded Ehcache in 2003. He regularly speaks at conferences, writes and codes. He also founded and maintains the JPam and Spnego open source projects, which are security focused. Prior to joining Terracotta in 2009, Greg was Chief Architect at where he provided technical leadership as the company went from a single product startup to a billion dollar public company with multiple product lines. Before that Greg was a consultant for ThoughtWorks with engagements in the US and Australia in the travel, health care, geospatial, banking and insurance industries. Before doing programming, Greg managed IT. He was CIOat Virgin Blue, Tempo Services, Stamford Hotels and Resorts and Australian Resorts. He is a Chartered Accountant, and spent 7 years with KPMG in small business and insolvency. Greg holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters in Information Technology.

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