In Spring Boot, there are two types of bean loading strategies: lazy loading and eager loading.
Lazy loading means that the bean is only created when it is first requested. This can save resources and improve performance if the bean is not needed immediately or is expensive to create. To configure a bean as lazy loaded, you can use the **
@Lazy**annotation on the bean definition.
On the other hand, eager loading means that the bean is created at application startup, even if it is not immediately needed. This can be useful if the bean needs to perform some initialization tasks or if it is frequently used throughout the application. To configure a bean as eager loaded, you do not need to use any specific annotation, as the default behavior is to eagerly load all beans.