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Spring Data: Redis Integration Reaches Milestone 1

The second NoSQL database supported in Spring Data, after Neo4j which was mentioned during the official Spring Data announcement, is, as you’d expect, Redis. Costin Leau just announced the Spring Data - Redis integration first milestone availability.

From the announcement:

  • Connection package as low-level abstraction across multiple drivers
  • Configuration support for Redis Jedis and JRedis drivers/connectors
  • Exception translation to Spring’s portable Data Access exception hierarchy for Redis driver exceptions
  • Generified RedisTemplate for exception translation and serialization support
  • Various serialization strategies
  • Atomic counter support classes
  • JDK Collection implementations on top of Redis

From outside, it is difficult to say if Grails NoSQL integration and Spring Data are correlating their efforts or they just reflect a common strategy with their own efforts. Whatever is the answer, it is quite exciting to start seeing so much NoSQL love in the Java land.

Original title and link: Spring Data: Redis Integration Reaches Milestone 1 (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)