Hibernate and spring - An analysis of maintainability against performance

Authors

  • Danny Alejandro Alvarez-Eraso Universidad Nacional de Colombia
  • Fernando Arango-Isaza Universidad Nacional de Colombia https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0721-2554

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.redin.n80a11

Keywords:

ORM, performance, spring framework, hibernat, maintainability

Abstract


Web application frameworks and ORM tools reduce time and effort needed when developing quality applications; but, since they are numerous and heterogeneous choosing the best suited is not an easy task. The comparative studies of these tools do not consider case studies of the necessary complexity to precisely measure their advantages and disadvantages. In order to contribute to the solution of this problem, we measured the HIBERNATE ORM response times for different queries in a rather complex case study with different database sizes, and compared the results with the ones obtained by using manually coded queries. Our comparison is relevant because even though ORMs are an important maintainability factor, not optimal queries can lead to bottle necks.

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Author Biographies

Danny Alejandro Alvarez-Eraso, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Facultad de Minas

Fernando Arango-Isaza, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Facultad de Minas

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Published

2016-09-15

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Alvarez-Eraso, D. A., & Arango-Isaza, F. (2016). Hibernate and spring - An analysis of maintainability against performance. Revista Facultad De Ingeniería Universidad De Antioquia, (80), 97–108. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.redin.n80a11