Are Type 5 JDBC Drivers More Than Just Type 4 + 1?
Replay Full Webinar: "These Go to 11" – Are Type 5 JDBC Drivers More Than Just Type 4 + 1?
About this webinar:
Whether you recognize the title of this Webinar from the movie, This is Spinal Tap—or you’ve yet to see the movie—one thing is for sure: It’s vital to attend our eye-opening Webinar that challenges your assumptions about the role of JDBC and provides new insights about data access in Java. For example…
Do you share these 5 common misconceptions about data access in Java?
- "Type 4 means that a JDBC driver can be deployed anywhere"
- "JDBC driver performance at 1 connection will scale linearly for 100s of them"
- "I use Hibernate / JPA / Spring, I don’t need JDBC"
- "Tuning or configuring my JDBC driver means I have to change my code"
- "All JDBC drivers are all pretty much the same"
In every case, these assumptions are wrong—and potentially very harmful. In fact, they’re the source of many problems faced by organizations that use Java-based data-driven applications—and they’re why:
You owe it yourself to replay this webinar.