New England Software Symposium
September 23 - 25, 2005 - Boston, MA
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Hibernate is easy to get started with, but can sometimes be hard to make efficient or secure. In fact, the default settings for Hibernate createapplications that will run slowly, cause unwanted round trips to the database, and may be more restrictive and/or permissive from a security standpointthan you would otherwise want.
This session will show advanced techniques for tuning performance, including: • advanced collection mapping strategies • lazy loading • cascading update management • lifecycle management • Hibernate's interceptor layer In addition, we'll examine the security considerations when using Hibernate. Often, single-credential data access isn't enough for sensitive data. We'll walk through using per-user credentials for data access, logging security information about and through Hibernate, and accessing data sources through secure application servers.
About Justin Gehtland
Justin is the co-founder of Relevance, a consulting/training/research organization located in the Research Triangle of North Carolina. Justin has been developing applications with static and dynamic languages since 1992. He has written code with Java, .NET, C#, Visual Basic, Perl, Python and Ruby. He loves to talk, especially in front of people, but all by himself in the corner if he must. Justin is currently focused on: Rails (because its the law), Spring (because Java isn't going anywhere) and security (because paranoia is your friend).More About Justin »