MongoDB for Java Developers

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Learn
  • Install MongoDB and its client tools
  • Set up a basic project that uses a MongoDB driver and perform CRUD operations with it
  • Explore simple strategies for mapping Mongo documents with Java classes
  • Use bulk operations to speed up the creation of massive document
  • Design and develop a Java Enterprise application that uses MongoDB as storage
  • Develop and deploy an application that uses Hibernate OGM as a persistence layer for your entities
  • Use Spring Data and Spring Boot to leverage micro-services using MongoDB as storage
About

The NoSQL movement is growing in relevance, attracting more and more developers. The MongoDB database is a well-recognized rising star in the NoSQL world. It is a document database, which allows data persistence and enables you to query data in a nested state without any schema constraint and complex joins between documents.

This book provides all the knowledge you need to make MongoDB fit in your application schema, at the best of its capabilities. It starts from a basic introduction to the driver that can be used to perform some low-level interaction with the storage. Then it moves to use different patterns to abstract the persistence layer into your applications, starting from the flexible Google JSON library to the Hibernate OGM Framework and finally landing on the Spring data framework.

By the end of this book, you will know everything you need to use MongoDB in your Java applications.

Features
  • Reuse the skills you have acquired through Hibernate or Spring to promote your applications to use NoSQL storage
  • Explore the list of libraries that are already available to assist you in developing Java EE applications with MongoDB
  • A step-by-step tutorial to create leaner and faster applications using MongoDB
Page Count 192
Course Length 5 hours 45 minutes
ISBN 9781785280276
Date Of Publication 11 Aug 2015

Authors

Francesco Marchioni

Francesco Marchioni is a Red Hat Certified JBoss Administrator (RHCJA) and Sun Certified Enterprise Architect working at Red Hat in Rome, Italy. He started learning Java in 1997, and since then he has followed the path to the newest Application Program Interfaces released by Sun. In 2000, he joined the JBoss community when the application server was running the 2.X release.

He has spent years as a software consultant, where he has envisioned many successful software migrations from vendor platforms to open source products, such as JBoss AS, fulfilling the tight budget requirements of current times.

Over the last 10 years, he has authored many technical articles for OReilly Media and ran an IT portal focused on JBoss products (http://www.mastertheboss.com).