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    Default Database cloud with Java

    good, I tell you I have developed a software with java and consuming a database in the mysql cloud, this service is called hostinger, my problem is that it takes time to deliver the data from the database to the software, an example I enter a jframe and I have two comboBox that make 2 queries, the delay in loading the entire jframe average 5 sec I have been investigating is a network latency problem, but even so I think there must be some solution to reduce that time, I have done the optimizations with index, views but still it takes time to deliver the data .., I hope your help and I await your comments

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    Dealing with network latency affecting database queries in your Java software can be quite a puzzle. But it sounds like you've already taken steps like optimizing queries with indexing and views, which is a good start.

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    Have you tried implementing caching mechanisms to store frequently accessed data locally? This can significantly reduce the time it takes to fetch data from the cloud.Another approach could be to review your database schema and ensure it's optimized for the types of queries your application frequently makes. Sometimes restructuring tables or using more efficient query techniques can make a noticeable difference in performance.If you're still hunting for solutions, I recently came across a method on how to migrate from Sage 100, which might provide some useful insights into optimizing database performance. Exploring different strategies and possibly consulting with experts in database performance tuning could also be beneficial.
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