MongoDB and JVM: Bringing NoSQL and Java Together

A session at Jfokus 2012

Tuesday 14th February, 2012

5:00pm to 5:50pm (CET)

MongoDB is a scalable, high-performance, open source, document-oriented NoSQL database. It features document-oriented, JSON-based document storage and dynamic schemas providing simplicity, power and flexibility, combined with full indexes similar to what a traditional RDBMS user would expect. MongoDB also provides solid replication & high availability features as well as an auto-sharding system for transparent horizontal scalability.

This talk introduces MongoDB for developers who aren't familiar with it, and discusses various integration points for MongoDB & the JVM including Spring's "Spring Data" component for MongoDB, the Morphia Object Mapper for Java, MongoDB's Scala Drivers (Casbah, as well as a new experimental Asynchronous driver), Akka Durable Mailboxes, Lift's MongoDB Active-Record integration, and MongoDB's Hadoop integration.

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Alvin Richards

Often found in seat 13F or 34k, occasionally on stage speaking about MongoDB or otherwise up to mischief someplace near you. bio from Twitter

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Jfokus 2012

Sweden Sweden, Stockholm

13th15th February 2012

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