Friday, March 01, 2013

Mongo and Hibernate OGM

The next article in our series looking at different Java frameworks is out and it covers Hibernate OGM.  My colleague, Ken, took a look at OGM and came up with an expanded sample application that is more in the JEE mold - complete with JPA, REST, and other JEE goodness. You can check out our mongo-odm sample project over at Vizuri's GitHub repository.

Hibernate OGM provides Java Persistence (JPA) support for NoSQL solutions. It reuses Hibernate Core's engine but persists entities into a NoSQL data store like MongoDB or Infinispan.

In addition to OGM, Hibernate Search and Lucene are important components.  Check out the article  here and check out the project from the  Vizuri GitHub repository.  This is a JEE stack application and includes some Arquillian tests to get you started fairly quickly.

As always, comments are highly encouraged.


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