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MongoDB Adoption in the Java World

July 2010 (approximately 1 year ago):

Every time I realize the flurry of NoSQL activity in the dynamic languages space, I feel the urge to post about the status of NoSQL adoption and support in environments like C# and Java.

November 2010 (6 months ago):

Spring frameworks feels like be all do all these days. On the other hand, having NoSQL databases integrated with Spring framework my actually represent an opportunity to penetrate the enterprise world.

Last month:

The platform lets you build applications with Java and other JVM-based frameworks such as Grails and Roo, Rails and Sinatra for Ruby and Node.js. […] Cloud Foundry also supports MySQL, MongoDB and Redis

Yesterday

Over the last few months, the Java MongoDB ecosystem has started to drastically evolve. New features in the core MongoDB server continue to distinguish the product from the crowd and new engineers are joining the MongoDB open source community by contributing Java persistence (mappers) frameworks and libraries.

Note: The format of this post has been heavily inspired by John Gruber’s Wolf!.

Original title and link: MongoDB Adoption in the Java World (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)