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Grails and NoSQL

Grails is probably one of the most flexible and productive frameworks that runs on the Java VM. One of the most appreciated aspects of Grails is its object relational mapping known as GORM, but lately I have also noticed some NoSQL plugins that I’m listing here (note: please let me know if I’ve missed any):

Unfortunately it was difficult to figure out the status of these plugins only based on their extremely scarce documentation pages. Anyway I really hope to see more activity in this direction as this would definitely help with NoSQL adoption in the more “enterprisey” world.