Grails: All content tagged as Grails in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
Grails/GORM and NoSQL databases:
Spring Data and NoSQL databases:
What seems to be missing is the Neo4j support in Spring Data, but maybe there’s a different repo for it.
Finally lots of love for NoSQL database in the Java land.
- At this time I’m not sure about each of these project status. (↩)
Things are becoming clearer to me: Grails/GORM is the Springframework avant-garde experimenting and integrating various NoSQL databases. Early February there were Grails plugins for CouchDB, HBase, Neo4j, and AppEngine, then it was time for Redis support in Grails, followed shortly by MongoDB support in Grails/GORM.
Over the weekend J.Brisbin added support for Riak MapReduce in Grails/GORM. Project on ☞ GitHub.
Spring Data is the emperor’s army “standardizing” the results.
It is weekend and so it’s time for videos and podcasts. Back in February, I wrote that, at the time, I could count 4 NoSQL plugins for Grails: CouchDB, HBase, Neo4j, AppEngine. In September, Grails added “official” support for Redis. Graeme talked about Grails/GORM for Redis with Jaxenter and community feedback was great.
Embedded below it a conversation between Graeme Rocher and Scott Davis about Grails and NoSQL databases, mentioning Grails support for Redis and Cassandra:
Even if this is great for the Grails and Java community, it doesn’t mean things are simple in the VMWare/Spring/Grails world.
Original title and link: Grails and NoSQL with Graeme Rocher and Scott Davis (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)
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.