Using JPA applications in the era of NoSQL: Introducing Hibernate OGM

A session at 8º encontro PT.JUG

Wednesday 18th April, 2012

6:30pm to 7:30pm (LMT)

There exists a range of NoSQL solutions with strong differences in performance, functionality, reliability, isolation, ease of use. This is a technical richness, but a cost in terms of migration, and and when you need to choose one for your next project it becomes a complex research quest.

In this talk we discuss the purpose of Hibernate OGM and how it can help switching from a relational database diving into NoSQL, and switching from NoSQL to NoSQL if you change your mind.
Hibernate OGM (Object Grid Mapper) is built on the robust and proven Hibernate engine and helps you to port existing JPA applications to alternative storage engines decoupling most of application's code from a specific NoSQL solution.

Sanne will explain how OGM is designed, how to use it, and what to expect next.

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Sanne Grinovero

Search, Hibernate & Infinispan @ JBoss by Red Hat. Passionate for all open source, swimming, traveling, meeting great developers. bio from Twitter

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Time 6:30pm7:30pm LMT

Date Wed 18th April 2012

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